Black bear hangs out in tree near SF Bay Area school

A black bear hanging out in a tree in the vicinity of a college in Vacaville, Calif., on Monday, temporarily shut down roadways in the place as people were being questioned to give the animal place, officers mentioned. 

The Vacaville Police Office first posted an alert on Fb early Monday warning the community of a black bear in the 200 block of North Orchard Avenue.

A video posted online confirmed the lovely-looking animal in a tree but law enforcement advised people today to keep absent.

“If you see the bear, the safest program of action will be to prevent him, preserve doorways and home windows shut, and think about bringing any animals inside of,” police reported.

Officers guarded the bear although learners entered the close by Willis Jepson Center School even though the school’s a few back again entrances have been shut. 


Some roadways were being also quickly closed, which includes Hemlock Street in between North Orchard and Fir Road. Also, only nominal traffic was permitted on North Orchard.

The California Office of Fish and Wildlife informed KCRA “the bear is soothing and not demonstrating any symptoms of aggression.” Officials strategy to permit the bear keep on being in the place right away in hopes that it will depart on its have. If not, officers will tranquilize and relocate it, KCRA noted.

At 4:40 p.m., police explained all roadways were reopened. 

“While we really don’t discover bears in Vacaville each working day, this isn’t an unusual event,” law enforcement said. “Recall the safest bear face is a single we prevent – please do not find out the bear for curiosity, photos, or selfies. Convey in those people trash cans immediately after pickup.”

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