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Orsa predator park

After the bear attack in Orsa – former park manager is sentenced to daily fines

Orsa predator park
On March 10, the trial began against the two former senior executives at the Orsa predator park who were charged after an 18-year-old caretaker was killed by a bear in the park. On Monday, Mora District Court announced its verdict.

A former park manager is convicted of a work environment violation, including causing another person’s death and causing danger to another to conditional sentence and 180 daily fines of SEK 150. The charge was for serious crime, but the boss is convicted of crimes according to the normal degree.

The other boss who has been prosecuted is acquitted.

The Green dune group will pay a company fine of SEK 2.5 million.

The relatives of the caretaker, four persons, each receive SEK 30,000.

It was on the morning of August 4, 2017, that the 18-year-old caretaker was attacked by a bear when he was inside a bear fence along with a family of children from the Netherlands.

The keeper was seriously injured in the attack and was cared for on the spot, but died in the afternoon. The family managed to escape by climbing over an electric fence.

Source: svt.se

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