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US Army soldier dies after bear attack injuries in Alaska

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Alaska's lay of the land near Moose Pass, Alaska, on October 16, 2014. (Photo by Sebastiano Tomada/Getty Images) ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A U.S.

Army soldier died of injuries sustained in a bear attack Tuesday in Alaska.The soldier was part of a small group in a training area west of the Anchorage Regional Landfill when the bear attacked.The name of the soldier was being withheld pending next-of-kin notification.RELATED: 'Hank the Tank’: 500-pound black bear ransacks Lake Tahoe homes, evades authoritiesThe 673d Security Forces Squadron initially responded to the incident.Jason and Rachel Smith joined FOX Weather to describe the harrowing experience.

The Smiths said they had seen bears before but never had an experience like this.Alaska Wildlife Troopers were searching for the bear in the area, which is closed to the public for all recreation activity.AdvertisementNo other information was immediately available..

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