Bass Lake family captures mountain lion on surveillance camera
BASS LAKE, Calif. (KGO) -- There was a big surprise for one family in Bass Lake.
Surveillance cameras outside their home captured a mountain lion walking right up their driveway. The Gerold Family was inside when they noticed the motion-censor light outside flipped on. They checked their surveillance cameras and saw the full-grown mountain lion right outside.
They went to the window, but the animal quickly ran off.
They alerted their neighbors and police, but no other sightings have been reported.
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