Wildlife crews in Montana have captured a 400-pound grizzly bear that went on a rampage through a campground near Yellowstone National Park.
The mother grizzly attacked three tents, mauling campers as they slept. One man died from the attacks and two others were injured.
Campter Deb Freele survived the attack.
"The next thing I know this bear is chewing on my arm," she said. "I screamed. He bit harder. I screamed harder, and he continued to bite and shake my arm."
"I just told myself to play dead. I went totally limp and as soon as I went limp, I felt his jaws loosen and let go," she said.
Wildlife crews captured the bear and two of her cubs with a trap
"As far as we can tell all these individuals did everything right at the end campground, and we are just going to investigate the best we can," said Andrea Jones, a representative with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Wildlife crews plan to kill the mother bear, but the fate of the cubs is still being determined.