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    causing severe injuries to two of the hikers

    Bear attacks seven teens in Alaska - Seven News Queensland

    A grizzly bear sow with a cub attacked a group of US teenagers on a month-long survival-skills course causing severe injuries to two of the hikers.

    Is this sentence OK without a comma before the "causing"?

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    Re: causing severe injuries to two of the hikers

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsunmoon View Post
    Bear attacks seven teens in Alaska - Seven News Queensland

    A grizzly bear sow with a cub attacked a group of US teenagers on a month-long survival-skills course causing severe injuries to two of the hikers.

    Is this sentence OK without a comma before the "causing"?
    No, it needs a comma.

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