‘He got his forehead’ –Bear ATTACKS teen with rare disorder as he watched TV in cabin

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A black bear entered an Arizona cabin Thursday, May 23, and mauled a 15-year-old boy watching TV before the teen could be rescued.

HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED

Brigham Hawkins, who suffers from a rare neurological disorder, was watching television after a long day of fishing in Alpine when the bear walked through the open front door of his cabin.

The black bear took several swipes at Hawkins and fortunately, his loved ones who were in a nearby cabin, hurried over to fend off the beast after they heard the boy screaming, according to reports.

HOW HE WAS SAVED

Brigham’s older brother, Parker, heard the commotion and rushed to his sibling. Brigham’s father also sprinted to help his son in the cabin as he suffered injuries from the brazen attack.

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE BEAR?

The ‘lucky’ teen made it safely and called 911. Authorities reached the scene and tracked down the 3-year-old bear about 120 feet from the cabin, where it was killed.

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His mom said: ‘He hadn’t realized it because it came in from behind, and it reached over and like swiped at his face twice. Got him on the nose and the cheek and then went ahead and got his forehead and the top of his head,’ per AZ Family.

She continued, ‘At first, he thought it was a giant dog, but quickly realized it was a bear when it started pursuing him.’

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