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A bear attacked a tourist in Kamchatka

A bear attacked a tourist in Kamchatka
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In the area of ​​the Bystraya River in Kamchatka, a tourist from Moscow was attacked by a bear. The animal severely injured the woman.

According to the press service of the regional government, a woman born in 1971 came to see the region for ten days. After rafting down the river, the tour group stopped at the camp for lunch, and the woman, contrary to the guide's recommendations, went outside the camp deep into the forest, where she met a predator.

Local guides and employees of the Disaster Medicine Center managed to quickly arrive at the site and help the tourist. She got serious head and hands. Now the woman is in the regional hospital named after Lukashevsky.

Natalya Maksimenko, the head of the Agency for Tourism and External Relations of Kamchatka, once again called on tourists to be more careful, listen carefully and follow the recommendations of the guides, especially in the habitats of wild animals.

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