911 calls on cougar attack: Dropped calls and a ‘Help!’

Nearly 30 minutes of 911 emergency calls released Tuesday detail in real time the drama of last Saturday’s fatal cougar attack in the Cascade Mountain foothills.

The first call for help to the King County Sheriff’s Office, at 10:42 a.m., came from Isaac Sederbaum, a 31-year-old Seattle man, his ear mangled and his head, face and neck bloodied after being jumped by the big cat. Sederbaum had ridden his bicycle down a gravel logging road, looking for cellphone coverage.

The call gets...

What feeling does this article give you?

#hashtags to follow:

Nearly 30 [+]    Cascade Mountain [+]    King County Sheriff [+]    Isaac Sederbaum [+]    Seattle [+]    Sederbaum [+]   

More #news: