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British family on vacation slams into black bear

English tourist Paul Oakley, 48, checks out the damage to his rental Ford Expedition XLT in the garage of the villa where his family is staying in Lely Resort after a collision with a Florida black bear on U.S. 41 East around midnight Tuesday. The bear has not been found and its condition is not known. The collision left Oakley, his wife, Katherine, 47, and daughter, Caitlin, 10, uninjured but shaken. Bears are on the move this time of year, which is mating season.

English tourist Paul Oakley, 48, checks out the damage to his rental Ford Expedition XLT in the garage of the villa where his family is staying in Lely Resort after a collision with a Florida black bear on U.S. 41 East around midnight Tuesday. The bear has not been found and its condition is not known. The collision left Oakley, his wife, Katherine, 47, and daughter, Caitlin, 10, uninjured but shaken. Bears are on the move this time of year, which is mating season.

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  • A collision with a Florida black bear on U.S. 41 East around midnight Tuesday damaged the front end of a Ford Expedition XLT driven by English tourist Paul Oakley, 48. The bear has not been found and its condition is not known. The collision left Oakley, his wife, Katherine, 47, and daughter, Caitlin, 10, uninjured but shaken. Bears are on the move this time of year, which is mating season.
  • A collision with a Florida black bear on U.S. 41 East around midnight Tuesday damaged the front end of a Ford Expedition XLT driven by English tourist Paul Oakley, 48. The bear has not been found and its condition is not known. The collision left Oakley, his wife, Katherine, 47, and daughter, Caitlin, 10, uninjured but shaken. Bears are on the move this time of year, which is mating season.
  • A collision with a Florida black bear on U.S. 41 East around midnight Tuesday left bear hairs on the damaged front end of a Ford Expedition XLT driven by English tourist Paul Oakley, 48. The bear has not been found and its condition is not known. The collision left Oakley, his wife, Katherine, 47, and daughter, Caitlin, 10, uninjured but shaken. Bears are on the move this time of year, which is mating season.
  • English tourist Paul Oakley, 48, checks out the damage to his rental Ford Expedition XLT in the garage of the villa where his family is staying in Lely Resort after a collision with a Florida black bear on U.S. 41 East around midnight Tuesday. The bear has not been found and its condition is not known. The collision left Oakley, his wife, Katherine, 47, and daughter, Caitlin, 10, uninjured but shaken. Bears are on the move this time of year, which is mating season.

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