It reads just like the plot of a thriller film or page-turning novel.
A person in Alaska was rescued injured however alive after enduring repeated assaults by a grizzly bear that stored on returning to his remoted hut within the wilderness from which he had no method of contacting the skin world.
The unnamed man’s ordeal was detailed in the New York Times which described the story as “a weeklong ordeal that would cross as a sequel to The Revenant”. It ended solely when a fortuitously passing helicopter noticed the person desperately waving for assist and having written SOS and “Assist me” on the roof of his tin shack.
The paper mentioned the person in his 50s or 60s had been alone at a mining camp within the remoted area with a pistol when he encountered the bear, which had attacked him and dragged him right down to a river.
The person escaped however then endured repeated assaults over round every week. “He mentioned that the bear stored coming again each evening and he hadn’t slept in a number of days,” Lt Cmdr Jared Carbajal, one of many pilots of the Coast Guard helicopter, told the Times.
He was solely noticed when the helicopter had modified its course barely to keep away from some clouds. The chopper noticed the person’s misery and swiftly landed to search out him with a bandaged leg and waving a white flag of some variety. The door of his tin shack had additionally been torn off.
The person is now recovering from his ordeal.