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November 25, 2014 at 5:49 PM

Car strikes bear cub on I-90 near Issaquah

Update at : The bear cub died from its injuries after it was struck by a car, the Washington State Patrol said.

Update at 6 p.m.: The bear cub survived and has been put in the back of a patrol car, the Washington State Patrol said.

All lanes of I-90 are open, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Original post: A car traveling west on Interstate 90 near Issaquah struck a bear cub Tuesday evening.

The right two lanes of I-90 at Front Street are blocked while officials are at the scene, according to the Washington State Patrol. Wildlife officials are headed to the area.

The condition of the car’s occupants and the bear are not known.

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