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Bear attack leaves man injured in Superior, Wis.

Police in Superior, Wis. say the man suffered gashes to his leg and arm after the 200-pound bear mauled him while he was deer hunting. Authorities were to find the bear and euthanize it. .
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Police in Superior, Wis. say the man suffered gashes to his leg and arm after the 200-pound bear mauled him while he was deer hunting. Authorities were to find the bear and euthanize it. .

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