Source: Billings Gazette
A Yellowstone National Park employee who was attacked by a grizzly Sunday said the bear "came out of nowhere" and flew at him, a Park Service official said Monday.
Ken Meyer, the park's safety officer, said he eventually got off three shots and believed one of them hit the bear, according to Al Nash, a Yellowstone spokesman who spoke with Meyer by telephone Monday.
The attack happened just north of the park, near Gardiner.
Meyer suffered injuries to his back, left leg, stomach and both forearms, Nash said.
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