Bear loose at Olympic Baseball match

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A bear has been spotted at an Olympics baseball match at the Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium.

Japanese media reported that an Asian black bear was seen by guards on Wednesday. The Japanese and Australia’s softball teams were scheduled to play against each other in the opening Baseball event of the Olympics.

The Asian black bear got loose in the area of the Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium and managed to get onto the baseball field.

Many of the players from the softball teams were shocked that there was a bear on the softball field and said that nothing like that had ever happened before.

Fukushima is about 240 kilometers north of the main Olympic sites in Tokyo.

After the reports of the sightings many people from softball teams were looking to see if they could find a big black bear.

Although they had no luck because there was no more bears spotted after the word got out.

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