Today in southeastern Tennessee’s Cherokee National Forest, authorities are using dogs and setting traps to track down a black bear that killed a 6-year-old girl and injured her 2-year-old brother and mother yesterday. The attack took place when the bruin walked in on the campers gathered at a pool below Benton Falls and picked the boy up in its mouth. The mother was injured as she and others tried to fend the bear off with rocks and sticks. Her daughter ran away, but was soon found dead about 100 yards away with the bear standing over her. The incident took place southwest of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, where two female black bears killed school teacher Glena Ann Bradley in May of 2000.