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by:Powerful Toys     2019-12-06
If being stuck in a car during peak hours can sometimes seem unbearable, imagine how young Brunn felt when he was stuck in Tim Hamilton\'s SUV.
It happened on October, when the animal opened an unlocked door to Hamilton\'s Toyota Sequoia, parked outside his cabin near Lake Waterton National Park.
No one knows exactly how it got trapped, but in that area in southern Alberta, the wind is usually very strong, and the popular theory is that gusts close the door.
Experts suspect that the bear had only been in the car for a few minutes before finally hitting freedom from the rear window.
But during that time, it caused a loss of $60,000, making the SUV a complete work --off.
Photos of the vehicle crash have been posted and re-posted
He has been posting on websites and blogs around the world for months, but the Calgary businessman and avid outdoor activist have not been willing to talk about them publicly until now.
\"I don\'t want people to portray it as an aggressive bear, a mean bear, or a dangerous bear,\" Hamilton explained . \" He explained why he wanted to keep the matter quiet at the time.
\"I\'m a little close. bear.
Hamilton said he and his wife often go to the cottage on weekends, but noticed something wrong when he was ready to drive back to Calgary on Monday morning.
It was still dark and when he approached he could see a mess in the back seat of the SUV.
At first he thought his wife had put the garbage there and brought it back to the city, but then he saw the broken back window. Bears —
Usually black bear.
It\'s common in the area, but Hamilton says his neighbor saw a young grizzly bear in the area.
They guessed it was about two years old and was recently given boots by its mother.
At first, Hamilton thought the bear had gone in from the back window, but he realized it was unlikely.
Then he noticed that his garage door was on and the light was on.
He called his neighbor with his rifle in case the bear was still nearby.
\"It was never in the garage,\" he recalls . \".
\"It turns out that when it was in our car, the bear either bit or stepped on the garage door opener.
Hamilton realized that the Bruen had long been away and finally had time to check the damage.
\"It panicked, went crazy, deployed most of the airbags, ripped the seats and dashboards, and even bent the steering column,\" he said . \".
Oh, one more thing.
Hamilton may not be able to answer age questions.
The old question about whether the bear would defecate in the woods, but he certainly knew they would defecate in the SUV.
Hamilton said the animal was not forced into the car, as can be seen from the dust marks on his SUV.
He said it seemed to just lean against the car, press its nose against the window, and the claws slid down from the side and hooked the door handle.
\"This is obviously an unfortunate event for the bear.
I mean, the door outside doesn\'t even have scratches, \"Hamilton said.
\"Absolutely no one was hurt and the bear had the biggest start.
\"An expert at the University of Calgary checked the teeth and claw marks in the SUV and thought it was indeed a grizzly bear,\" Hamilton said.
He said there was only a little bit of blood on one of the airbags, so he didn\'t believe the bear was hurt.
On some blogs showing photos of his SUV, the story has grown.
Hamilton said he saw a car suggesting he was in the car.
Others claim the car was on display for promotional purposes and he says it\'s not true.
Hamilton can\'t say for sure how these damaged photos appear on the Internet.
He said he and his wife took some pictures, the neighbors took some pictures, and there were some pictures that might have been taken at a dealer in Calgary, where the car was eventually taken
Coincidentally, he says, his insurance company is the same as an insurance company that described a bear that destroyed a car in a television advertisement.
Needless to say, they did not give him any trouble when he made a claim.
Hamilton said one of his neighbors asked wildlife officials if they intended to trap the animal.
\"They smiled a little and said the poor bear would never turn around the other car or cabin as long as he was alive,\" Hamilton said . \".
\"He may still be running when we talk.
\"The Canadian journalist who was stuck in the car during peak hours sometimes seemed unbearable, imagining how he felt when a young Brunn was stuck in Tim Hamilton\'s SUV.
It happened on October, when the animal opened an unlocked door to Hamilton\'s Toyota Sequoia, parked outside his cabin near Lake Waterton National Park.
No one knows exactly how it got trapped, but in that area in southern Alberta, the wind is usually very strong, and the popular theory is that gusts close the door.
Experts suspect that the bear had only been in the car for a few minutes before finally hitting freedom from the rear window.
But during that time, it caused a loss of $60,000, making the SUV a complete work --off.
Photos of the vehicle crash have been posted and re-posted
He has been posting on websites and blogs around the world for months, but the Calgary businessman and avid outdoor activist have not been willing to talk about them publicly until now.
\"I don\'t want people to portray it as an aggressive bear, a mean bear, or a dangerous bear,\" Hamilton explained . \" He explained why he wanted to keep the matter quiet at the time.
\"I\'m a little close. bear.
Hamilton said he and his wife often go to the cottage on weekends, but noticed something wrong when he was ready to drive back to Calgary on Monday morning.
It was still dark and when he approached he could see a mess in the back seat of the SUV.
At first he thought his wife had put the garbage there and brought it back to the city, but then he saw the broken back window. Bears —
Usually black bear.
It\'s common in the area, but Hamilton says his neighbor saw a young grizzly bear in the area.
They guessed it was about two years old and was recently given boots by its mother.
At first, Hamilton thought the bear had gone in from the back window, but he realized it was unlikely.
Then he noticed that his garage door was on and the light was on.
He called his neighbor with his rifle in case the bear was still nearby.
\"It was never in the garage,\" he recalls . \".
\"It turns out that when it was in our car, the bear either bit or stepped on the garage door opener.
Hamilton realized that the Bruen had long been away and finally had time to check the damage.
\"It panicked, went crazy, deployed most of the airbags, ripped the seats and dashboards, and even bent the steering column,\" he said . \".
Oh, one more thing.
Hamilton may not be able to answer age questions.
The old question about whether the bear would defecate in the woods, but he certainly knew they would defecate in the SUV.
Hamilton said the animal was not forced into the car, as can be seen from the dust marks on his SUV.
He said it seemed to just lean against the car, press its nose against the window, and the claws slid down from the side and hooked the door handle.
\"This is obviously an unfortunate event for the bear.
I mean, the door outside doesn\'t even have scratches, \"Hamilton said.
\"Absolutely no one was hurt and the bear had the biggest start.
\"An expert at the University of Calgary checked the teeth and claw marks in the SUV and thought it was indeed a grizzly bear,\" Hamilton said.
He said there was only a little bit of blood on one of the airbags, so he didn\'t believe the bear was hurt.
On some blogs showing photos of his SUV, the story has grown.
Hamilton said he saw a car suggesting he was in the car.
Others claim the car was on display for promotional purposes and he says it\'s not true.
Hamilton can\'t say for sure how these damaged photos appear on the Internet.
He said he and his wife took some pictures, the neighbors took some pictures, and there were some pictures that might have been taken at a dealer in Calgary, where the car was eventually taken
Coincidentally, he says, his insurance company is the same as an insurance company that described a bear that destroyed a car in a television advertisement.
Needless to say, they did not give him any trouble when he made a claim.
Hamilton said one of his neighbors asked wildlife officials if they intended to trap the animal.
\"They smiled a little and said the poor bear would never turn around the other car or cabin as long as he was alive,\" Hamilton said . \".
\"He may still be running when we talk.
\"The Canadian journalist who was stuck in the car during peak hours sometimes seemed unbearable, imagining how he felt when a young Brunn was stuck in Tim Hamilton\'s SUV.
The incident occurred on October, when the animal opened an unlocked door to Hamilton\'s Toyota Sequoia, which was parked outside his hut near Lake Waterton National Park,
No one knows exactly how it got trapped, but in that area in southern Alberta, the wind is usually very strong, and the popular theory is that gusts close the door.
Experts suspect that the bear had only been in the car for a few minutes before finally hitting freedom from the rear window.
But during that time, it caused a loss of $60,000, making the SUV a complete work --off.
Photos of the vehicle crash have been posted and re-posted
He has been posting on websites and blogs around the world for months, but the Calgary businessman and avid outdoor activist have not been willing to talk about them publicly until now.
\"I don\'t want people to portray it as an aggressive bear, a mean bear, or a dangerous bear,\" Hamilton explained . \" He explained why he wanted to keep the matter quiet at the time.
\"I\'m a little close. bear.
Hamilton said he and his wife often go to the cottage on weekends, but noticed something wrong when he was ready to drive back to Calgary on Monday morning.
It was still dark and when he approached he could see a mess in the back seat of the SUV.
At first he thought his wife had put the garbage there and brought it back to the city, but then he saw the broken back window. Bears —
Usually black bear.
It\'s common in the area, but Hamilton says his neighbor saw a young grizzly bear in the area.
They guessed it was about two years old and was recently given boots by its mother.
At first, Hamilton thought the bear had gone in from the back window, but he realized it was unlikely.
Then he noticed that his garage door was on and the light was on.
He called his neighbor with his rifle in case the bear was still nearby.
\"It was never in the garage,\" he recalls . \".
\"It turns out that when it was in our car, the bear either bit or stepped on the garage door opener.
Hamilton realized that the Bruen had long been away and finally had time to check the damage.
\"It panicked, went crazy, deployed most of the airbags, ripped the seats and dashboards, and even bent the steering column,\" he said . \".
Oh, one more thing.
Hamilton may not be able to answer age questions.
The old question about whether the bear would defecate in the woods, but he certainly knew they would defecate in the SUV.
Hamilton said the animal was not forced into the car, as can be seen from the dust marks on his SUV.
He said it seemed to just lean against the car, press its nose against the window, and the claws slid down from the side and hooked the door handle.
\"This is obviously an unfortunate event for the bear.
I mean, the door outside doesn\'t even have scratches, \"Hamilton said.
\"Absolutely no one was hurt and the bear had the biggest start.
\"An expert at the University of Calgary checked the teeth and claw marks in the SUV and thought it was indeed a grizzly bear,\" Hamilton said.
He said there was only a little bit of blood on one of the airbags, so he didn\'t believe the bear was hurt.
On some blogs showing photos of his SUV, the story has grown.
Hamilton said he saw a car suggesting he was in the car.
Others claim the car was on display for promotional purposes and he says it\'s not true.
Hamilton can\'t say for sure how these damaged photos appear on the Internet.
He said he and his wife took some pictures, the neighbors took some pictures, and there were some pictures that might have been taken at a dealer in Calgary, where the car was eventually taken
Coincidentally, he says, his insurance company is the same as an insurance company that described a bear that destroyed a car in a television advertisement.
Needless to say, they did not give him any trouble when he made a claim.
Hamilton said one of his neighbors asked wildlife officials if they intended to trap the animal.
\"They smiled a little and said the poor bear would never turn around the other car or cabin as long as he was alive,\" Hamilton said . \".
\"He may still be running when we talk.
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