A woman has been woken up by two bears brawling in her garage.
Shocking footage showed the beasts fighting in a Lake Tahoe, California garage.
Terrified Lisa Quick caught the dramatic moment on her Ring doorbell camera.
The animals squared off before charging toward each other and colliding.
Video shows the bears brawling as they crash into equipment in the garage.
Quick told ABC7 that she was woken up to a “strange growling” noise and instantly realized that it was a bear.
She thought there may have been a bear and a raccoon, or a bear and coyote.
Quick said she screamed and her dogs started barking before rushing to break the fight up.
Meanwhile, dramatic footage obtained by DailyMail.com showed a mother bear opening a car door in Lake Tahoe as she tried to find food for her cubs.
In February, a 500-pound beast named Hank the Tank escaped death row after allegedly breaking into more than two dozen California homes since July.
Cops in South Lake Tahoe shared footage of the bohemian entering one home via a window.
Locals described Hank as a gentle giant who is constantly hungry.
A mom and her three-year-old daughter were injured by a bear in Tennessee.
The beast ripped into the family’s tent in the Great Smoky Mountains on Sunday.
Park officials said that the mom and her child suffered “superficial scratches” to their heads.
The dad was eventually able to scare the bear away from his family.
Wildlife biologists ended up catching the bear and it was then euthanized a day later, according to the National Park Service.
They were bitten several times as they tried to fend off the beast.
The husband shot and killed the bear after they stabbed it with a kitchen knife.
They believe the bear got into the house after charging through a window.
The couple told the cops that they had seen the beast eating from a bird feeder outside their home and yelled at it in a bid to scare it away.
In November, John Holden, of Sierra Madre, California, was left stunned when he spotted a brown bear munching on a bucket of KFC chicken.
He found the beast perched on his kitchen worktop helping itself to the fast-food leftovers.
He told ABC7: “I’ve had a lot of other encounters with them. I’ve actually had them bump into me a couple [of] times in the backyard, but definitely never in the house like that.
“That was something else and they sure made a mess of the place.”
He suspected that the bear was lured into his home by the scent of the chicken’s spices.
And, he said that the bear remained in his garden for a while after he got it to leave.
This story originally appeared on The Sun and has been reproduced here with permission.