Safety

Bear spotted at Fla. bus stop

Posted on May 29, 2012

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — A bear was spotted at a bus stop here, worrying residents about the safety of students riding the bus, according to a story on wftv.com.  

The bear, which was captured by a resident's security camera wandering on the street Sunday, is believed to have crossed four highways to get to the neighborhood. Florida Fish and Wildlife officials believe it was a young bear looking for new territory.

The bear was spotted walking down the street at 6:39 a.m., according to resident Iris White. White suggested that if it had been a school day, the children heading to the bus stop could have been in danger.

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