Chignik Lake, AK, United States (AHN) - Alaska State Troopers and Department of Fish and Game staff are waiting for good weather before starting a hunt for a wolf pack that killed a teacher in Chignik Lake on Monday.
Wolf tracks were found around the body of Candice Berner, 32, and autopsy results released Thursday confirmed she died from injuries associated with animal attack.
The teacher of a village school went missing while jogging on Monday. A bloody track led snowmobilers to her body in a bush.
A plane and helicopter will be used to track down the wolf pack and shoot them, according to Fish and Game biologist Lem Butler. Butler said the pack should be removed lethally because they are a public safety concern.
Meanwhile, children are being escorted to school and armed villagers are patrolling to prevent another wolf attack.
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