The body of Candice Berner was discovered Monday evening, March 8, 2010, off a roughly 7-mile gravel road leading to the Chignik Lake, Alaska, airstrip. Berner, 32, appeared to have been killed during a run along a remote road outside the community on the Alaska Peninsula, according to troopers. An autopsy Thursday determined the cause of death was "multiple injuries due to animal mauling," troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said in a statement. (Photo courtesy Lake and Peninsula School District/Anchorage Daily News/MCT)
The body of Candice Berner was discovered Monday evening, March 8, 2010, off a roughly 7-mile gravel road leading to the Chignik Lake, Alaska, airstrip. Berner, 32, appeared to have been killed during a run along a remote road outside the community on the Alaska Peninsula, according to troopers. An autopsy Thursday determined the cause of death was "multiple injuries due to animal mauling," troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said in a statement. (Photo courtesy Lake and Peninsula School District/Anchorage Daily News/MCT) Photo courtesy Lake and Peninsula School District / Anchorage Daily News / MCT
The body of Candice Berner was discovered Monday evening, March 8, 2010, off a roughly 7-mile gravel road leading to the Chignik Lake, Alaska, airstrip. Berner, 32, appeared to have been killed during a run along a remote road outside the community on the Alaska Peninsula, according to troopers. An autopsy Thursday determined the cause of death was "multiple injuries due to animal mauling," troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said in a statement. (Photo courtesy Lake and Peninsula School District/Anchorage Daily News/MCT) Photo courtesy Lake and Peninsula School District / Anchorage Daily News / MCT

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