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Wildlife officers save cubs in Colorado after their mother was hit by a car

Two cubs were rescued after their mother was hit by a car on I-70.
Two cubs were rescued by wildlife officers after their mother was hit by a car.  Photo courtesy: CPW
Two cubs were rescued by wildlife officers after their mother was hit by a car. Photo courtesy: CPW(Colorado Parks and Wildlife)
Published: Jul. 12, 2020 at 12:34 PM MDT
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FRISCO, Colo. (KKTV) - Two cubs were saved this week following a tragic crash involving the mother of the wild animals.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife shared details on the rescue through Twitter:

This isn’t the first bear rescue of the year for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Back on June 16, wildlife officers were able to help a bear that was badly burned on the west side of the state in a wildfire. The burned bear is expected to make a full recovery and will be released back into the wild in the coming weeks.

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