A bear with its head stuck in a milk can had to be rescued with the help from the "Jaws of Life" in northern Minnesota on Friday.
According to KARE 11, the bear got its head stuck in a 10-gallon milk can near Roseau. Rescuers initially tried using cooking oil to loosen the can, but with no success. Three holes were drilled in the can so the bear could breathe while they figured out plan B, which was to use the Jaws of Life tool.
The Jaws of Life is normally used to rescue car accident victims, says KARE 11.
Photo: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources via kare11.com