A woman's hospitalized in Alaska after surviving a bear attack.
FOX News Radio's Dave Anthony reports:
She was going in and out of consciousness in the ER, trying to describe what happened:
(Sledge) "All she could remember was that it was a sow and two cubs."
That bear attacked the woman, a military wife who wants to remain anonymous, Sunday morning while she was out jogging at Anchorage's Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
Slashed and bloodied, she managed to get up and walk two miles to a road where a driver spotted her and called for help. Alaska Conservation Law Enforcement Officer Mark Sledge:
(Sledge) "The survival instinct for that woman is phenomenal. The trauma that she went through and then the walk out was heroic."
She's said to be in stable condition.
Dave Anthony, FOX News Radio.