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Ontario woman survives by playing dead during rampage by grizzly sow and three cubsBad news, bears: A bear or bears attacked campers near Yellowstone in Cooke City, Montana in the early hours of Wednesday, killing one camper and injuring two others. The bear wandered into the Soda Butte campsite and attacked three separate tents, biting and injuring a teen and a Canadian woman on the arms and legs, and killing another solo camper. The nature of the deceased victim's wounds hasn't been revealed yet.
"Next thing I know, this bear is chewing on my arm. I screamed. He bit harder. I screamed harder," she told "Early Show" co-anchor Erica Hill Thursday from a Cody, Wyoming hospital.Rangers have closed the popular campground and continue to investigate the incident. We'll provide updates as they happen.
In Freele's case, she said she sustained multiple bite wounds before determining that "screaming was not working."
"I don't know if you call it instinct, but something inside me just said … 'I want to live.' And I just told myself, 'Play dead.' … As soon as I went limp, I [could] feel his jaws get loose and then he let me go and he went away."