COOKE CITY, Mont. (AP) - Campers near Yellowstone National Park
in Montana may be able to breathe easier.
Authorities have captured a mother grizzly and two of her three
cubs. And they're pretty confident that the grizzly is the one that
attacked three people early Wednesday, killing one of them.
Montana wildlife officials have identified the man killed in in
the bear attack as a 48-year-old Michigan man. They say the body of
Kevin Kammer of Grand Rapids, Mich., was found at the Soda Butte
campground near Cooke City .
The woman who was injured in the attack is Deb Freele of London,
Ontario. Officials have not released the name of a teenage boy who
suffered bites to his leg.