The father of the woman that got killed by the bear said he was on the phone with her when the attack happened.
Stephanie Blais, 44, was with her husband and two young kids at the family's remote cabin in Canada. But the family ran into some problems with their water supply that prompted her to call her father on a satellite phone.
Hubert Esquirol, the father of the woman, said, “She called me to tell me that the water line hadn’t been working and that her husband had fixed it. She then told her son, Eli, to run inside and grab an antenna,”
A few seconds later, he heard muffled gurgling sounds – and then silence.“I stayed on the line for a few minutes before I hung up and tried calling again,” he said. “The sounds were very disturbing."
According to DailyMail
A Canadian woman was fatally mauled by a bear while outside her family's cabin while on the phone with her father, and to the horror of her young son who was just inside when the attack occurred.
Stephanie Blais, 44, was killed on Thursday after she was attacked by the black bear outside the cabin at McKie Lake, near Buffalo Narrows, CKOM reports.
At the time of the mauling, the Saskatchewan woman was on the phone with her father.
'Stephanie and I were talking over her satellite phone,' her father, Hubert Esquirol, said.
'She called me to tell me that the waterline hadn't been working and that her husband had fixed it. She then told her son, Eli, to run inside and grab an antenna.'
Those were the last words he heard his daughter speak. He soon heard distorted gurgling sounds.
'I stayed on the line for a few minutes before I hung up and tried calling again,' he said. 'The sounds were very disturbing. An attack crossed my mind but attacks are one in a million.'