LONGWOOD (CBSMiami/AP) — Another bear has been trapped and euthanized in a central Florida neighborhood where a woman walking her dogs was mauled.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials said the 200-pound male bear was caught Sunday and “closely fits the description” of the bear that injured Susan Chalfant in Longwood on Dec. 2.

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Wildlife officials say Chalfant suffered facial injuries and was hospitalized. The commission’s executive director said that because the attack resulted in serious injuries, wildlife officials decided to euthanize the bear.

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A 200-pound female bear was trapped and euthanized Thursday. A bear cub also was trapped in the same area, but it was taken to a rehabilitation center in Crystal River because officials determined that it was not involved in the attack.

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