The attack occurred in a subdivision of newly built suburban homes and manicured lawns where, residents say, wandering bears are out of the ordinary. According to eyewitnesses, the bear chased the baby moose down the street until it pinned the calf against Trent's car. At this point Trent, who still thought the cries were those of a human, came running outside. However, once he saw the bear on his property, he went back inside and ran for his gun, saying he wasn't sure his front door could hold back the grizzly. "I was freaked out," he told the Daily News.