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Thursday, July 9, 1992 - Page updated at 12:00 AM

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Northwest Briefly

Ft. Lewis Woman Killed By Bear At Alaskan Cabin

Times Staff: Times News Services

GLENNALLEN, Alaska

A Fort Lewis woman was killed yesterday by a black bear at a cabin near here, about 150 miles east of Anchorage.

Alaska state troopers said Darcy Staver, 33, was killed after her husband went for help. The bear had climbed a tree to reach her perch on the roof of the cabin.

Staver, a former Alaska resident, and her husband, Michael, were staying at the cabin they own near Glennallen when a black bear entered the house through a back window.

The couple fled to the roof. While Michael Staver went for help, as the couple had agreed, the bear killed his wife.

Authorities killed the bear.

Copyright (c) 1992 Seattle Times Company, All Rights Reserved.

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