Video, a woman attacking a bear

June 02, 2021
A girl ran towards a huge bear and hit it A girl ran towards a huge bear and hit it

Vision, Dubai United Arab Emirates:- A video clip recorded by surveillance cameras showed the moment the 17-year-old American girl "Hayley" from Bradbury, California, confronted a large bear in her back garden, to save her dogs.

A girl ran towards a huge bear and hit it

The video, which has been viewed more than 40 million times across all social media platforms, shows a large bear trying to storm the backyard fence of a house, accompanied by two young ones, then several dogs come out of the house and begin to bark at the bears and attack them.

Seconds later, Hayley races out of the house, rushes towards the bear at the same speed, and then hits the bear in the chest with both hands, watching the huge monster fall off the fence after being scratched by a dog.

"I live in the mountains, so it's really normal, this is the summer season, and they always come now," local media quoted the girl as saying.

The woman who posted the video described what happened as a "crazy brave moment", and said: "Hayley and the dogs are fine."

She said the family intended to erect "higher walls"; To protect the house from invasions of bears and other animals.

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