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California Deputies Rescue Wailing Bear Cub Trapped in Dumpster

With the bear family a few paces away and watching from behind a tree, a deputy opens the trash container with a pole and a second deputy quickly places a ladder inside the container.

Associated Press

Updated:August 31, 2019, 8:53 AM IST
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California Deputies Rescue Wailing Bear Cub Trapped in Dumpster
The photo, released by the Placer County Sheriff's Office, shows a bear cub climbing out of a trash container after depuites lifted the lid and put a ladder inside after the cub became trapped, outside a motel in Kings Beach, California. (Placer County Sheriff's Office via AP)
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Kings Beach (California): When a late-night trip to a trash container left a wailing bear cub stuck inside near a Lake Tahoe motel, deputies were called upon to help the cub reunite with its family.

The cub can be heard crying from inside the metal dumpster in video recorded by Placer County Sheriff's deputies on Tuesday.

While their mother keeps watch, the bear's sibling first attempts to rescue the trapped bear, initially trying to climb a light pole, to no avail.

It then climbs on the side of the trash container but fails to open the heavy lid.

Finally, deputies — who are no strangers to bears in Lake Tahoe — come to the rescue.

With the bear family a few paces away and watching from behind a tree, a deputy opens the trash container with a pole and a second deputy quickly places a ladder inside the container.

The deputies back away, allowing the cub to climb the ladder and scurry off to rejoin its family.

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