The killing of an Eagle River hiker marks the 6th fatal bear attack in Alaska in the past 10 years. Here are the others.

The death of Mike Soltis this week in Eagle River marks the sixth fatal bear attack in Alaska in the past decade but the third in two years.

Here are the other deadly attacks reported over the past 10 years.

June 19, 2017

Location: Pogo Mine in Interior Alaska

Victim: Erin Johnson, 27

Johnson, a biologist collecting soil samples, was working with other contractors at an exploration site several miles from the main Pogo Mine camp when she was attacked by a black bear.


[Read more: 'It came up from behind them and attacked': Biologists 'courageous' in battle against bear]

June 18, 2017

Location: Bird Ridge along Turnagain Arm

Victim: Patrick "Jack" Cooper, 16

Cooper was running a Bird Ridge trail race when he was attacked by a black bear. It was described at the time as the first fatal Anchorage-area bear mauling since 1995, when Marcie Trent, 77, and her son Larry Waldron, 45, were killed on the McHugh Creek Trail.

This year, the junior trail race at Bird Ridge was held in Cooper's honor.

[Read more: Biologists, rangers search for bear in fatal Bird Ridge mauling]

June 6, 2013

Location: George Lake, southeast of Delta Junction

Victim: Robert Weaver, 64

Weaver and his wife had docked their boat and were walking to their cabin on George Lake at the time of the black bear attack, according to the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner.

[Read more: Troopers say bear killed at lake fatally mauled Fairbanks man]

Oct. 11, 2012

Location: Chichagof Island in Southeast Alaska


Victim: Tomas Puerta, 54, Sitka

Passers-by spotted Puerta's boat adrift in the cove and went ashore near what appeared to be a campsite to see if anyone was in trouble. They reported being confronted by a sow grizzly.

[Read more: After years without a deadly Alaska grizzly attack, 2 dead in 2 months]

Aug. 24, 2012

Location: Denali National Park and Preserve

Victim: Richard White, 49

White was backpacking alone and snapped photos of the grizzly before the attack. At the time, the attack was reported as the first fatal bear mauling in Alaska in seven years, and the only fatal attack in the 6-million-acre park's history dating back 90 years.

[Read more: San Diego man dies in Denali grizzly attack ]