On the morning of the 4th, a 69-year-old man who was working in the forest of Hakodate, Hokkaido was attacked by a bear and injured his hands and feet.

It means that there is no sign of life.

At around 9:30 am on the 4th, the police were informed that a 69-year-old man from Shiriuchi-cho, Hokkaido, who was working in the mountains of Ofuna-cho, Hakodate City, was attacked by a bear.

According to the police, the man got into a fight with a bear about 2 meters in length that suddenly appeared while working with four people, and was injured by biting his fingers, arms and legs.

It means that there is no sign of life.

The police are investigating the detailed situation because the bear tumbled down the slope after getting into a scuffle.

The site is a mountain forest in the eastern part of Hakodate City, and there is a lodging facility about 600 meters away, and the city has set up signs to call attention to bears.

According to experts familiar with brown bear ecology, hibernating bears are sometimes awakened by human activities in the forest.