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Danielle Atherton lives in Eagle Ridge, a neighborhood tucked between Eagle River and Eagle River Road. She shared surveillance video of the bears with Channel 2. Her footage showed the bears roaming the neighborhood over the weekend, checking each house. “They made the rounds to every single neighbor in our neighborhood,” she said. “I’m assuming checking for trash, because they went up to everyone’s garages.” Atherton said while she’s sad the bears had to be killed, safety for children and the community comes first. She presumes that since the bears were young, they just didn’t know any better. “They were always going to be trash bears. I don’t think there was going to be any chance of turning that around.”Marsh, with the Department of Fish and Game, agrees. “Bears are programmed to basically absorb calories,” he said. He called the pizza crusts, ice cream boxes and chicken bones in urban trash cans “easy calories.” “That’s pretty tasty stuff and easy to get for a bear,” Marsh explained. “Sure beats having to chase through the riffles and maybe find a salmon or something like that. Once they get tuned in (to trash), they can be almost impossible to break.” ... (o brown bears killed near Eagle River after repeated trash raids)
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Boston helped free a squirrel Thursday that had its head stuck in a dumpster for more than 20 hours. The Animal Rescue League of Boston shared photos of the distressed squirrel with its head sticking out of a dumpster drain. The ARL said the squirrel was tired and its skin had been rubbed raw as it attempted to wriggle itself free from the hole. A rescuer worked to delicately pull the squirrel out of the dumpster and it was taken to be treated for injuries. The ARL reminded people not to attempt to free animals stuck in tight spots on their own by slathering them with oils or other substances. "Call us immediately!" the ARL said. (imal rescuers free squirrel that was stuck in dumpster drain)
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Northwest Market Street and Russell Ave Northwest. A manager said the flames shot 15 feet in the air. Surveillance video just shared on Sunday with KIRO 7 shows fire crews squashing flames at a dumpster near Carter Subaru on January 4th.“It’s dangerous. It’s just dumpsters but it can catch on something else, there’s houses behind here, there’s a wood fence right here,” Olson said. The Seattle Police Department’s arson and bomb squad is investigating. Detective Patrick Michaud says investigators are looking for at least one suspect right now, but the identity of the suspect has not been confirmed. Olson says when police interviewed employees after the fire Sunday, they got a suspect description.“We had people in front that had seen him matching that description,” Olson said. He says the man, ordered just a lemonade, and paid with a credit card – then grabbed a bunch of brown paper bags.“That seemed kind of fishy,” Olson said. “We were able to look up the order and we saw he used a credit card.”It could be a clue in cracking the identity of the serial dumpster arsonist.“Hopefully if it was a suspect, we’re able to get a handle on it before someone gets hurt,” Olson said. Seattle Police said Sunday night they have not arrested anyone in connection to the fires. The fire department recommends keeping dumpsters at least five feet away from any structures, and to keep your dumpsters locked if possible. Trending headlinesDOWNLOAD OUR FREE NEWS APP © 2018 Cox Media Group. (KIRO Seattle)