A Yukon woman is dead after an incident involving a bear.
Claudia Huber, who was in her early 40's, was taken to the Teslin Community Health centre by her husband Saturday afternoon.
It was there her husband reported the incident to RCMP shortly before 1 PM.
According to the Chief Coroner's report the incident happened off the South Canol Road, in the Johnson's Crossing area either late Saturday morning or early afternoon.
Officials believe the bear was killed in the incident.
An autopsy has been ordered and RCMP and Yukon Coroners Service with assistance of Yukon Department of Environment are investigating.
An update is expected Monday.
A specialist of internal medicine based in Toronto says there were gaps in the care Mary Johnny received at the Watson Lake Hospital.
Speaking via video conference, Dr. Stephen Hwang told a Yukon Coroner's inquest looking into her death, there were two times the 60-year old should have been medivaced to Whitehorse--when she was first admitted, and when her condition deteriorated during the early morning hours of August 8th.
Hwang testified if Johnny had received the proper care, at the proper time, her condition may have been reversed.
The specialist says there were a number of factors which caused her death including hypovolemic shock, a pulmonary embolism , and small bowel obstruction.
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The results are in for the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations Council Election.
Steve Smith beat James Allen by 186 votes and is now the new Chief.
Of the seven members of the previous council, only one is retaining their seat after the vote.
Leslie Walker is returning to council, she is joined by Rose Kushniruk, Shadelle Chambers and Kathleen VanBibber.
Carol Buzzell is the new Elder Councillor and Nicole Nicholas-Workman will take the role of Youth Councillor.
3-thousand 315 votes were cast for the seven positions in three polling stations and only 23 were rejected.