Two bears fighting in a woman’s garage woke her up in the middle of the night.
In a horrifying video, the creatures may be seen battling in a garage near Lake Tahoe, California.
Terrified On her Ring doorbell camera, Lisa Quick captured the moment of drama.
The animals exchanged blows before racing at one another and slamming into one another.
The bears can be seen fighting on video as they plow through garage equipment.
Quick claimed to have been awakened by a “strange growling” sound and identified the object as a bear right away.
She speculated that a bear and raccoon or a bear and a coyote may have been present.
Before coming to break up the altercation, Quick said that she yelled and her dogs began to bark.
The bears eventually fled after the commotion.
Hank the Tank, a 500-pound monster accused of breaking into more than two dozen California houses since July, managed to escape from death row in February.
Police in South Lake Tahoe released a video showing the bohemian entering a house through a window.
Hank is a kind giant that is always hungry, according to the locals.
In Tennessee, a bear attacked a mother and her three-year-old daughter and wounded them.
On Sunday in the Great Smoky Mountains, the beast tore through the family’s tent.
The mother and her infant reportedly had “superficial scrapes” on their heads, according to park officials.
Eventually, the father was successful in frightening the bear away from his family.
The bear was eventually captured by wildlife scientists, and a day later it was put to death, according to the National Park Service.
On May 20, a Wisconsin couple shot and killed a bear that had entered their house while their children were asleep.
As they made an effort to repel the beast, they were bitten several times.
After stabbing the bear with a kitchen knife, the husband shot and killed it.
They think the bear entered the residence via charging a window.
The couple informed the authorities that they had shouted at the animal while it was feeding on a bird feeder outside their house.
When he saw a brown bear nibbling on a bucket of KFC chicken in November, Sierra Madre, California resident John Holden was astounded.
He discovered the beast helping itself to the fast-food leftovers while seated on his kitchen countertop.
He told ABC7: “I’ve had a lot of other encounters with them. I’ve actually had them bump into me a couple [of] times in the backyard, but definitely never in the house like that.
“That was something else and they sure made a mess of the place.”
The bear stayed in his garden for a while until finally leaving.