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Ten months prior to Carnegie's death, a wolf attacked a fifty-five-year-old uranium miner named Fred Desjarlais who was jogging home from work in Key Lake.
A busload of his colleagues arrived to rescue him by frightening the wolf away.
One naturalist who reviewed photographs taken during an incident days before the attack in which wolves that were supposed to have menaced two walkers other than Carnegie, said it appeared to be consistent with animals having a food-conditioned lack of fear in proximity to humans.
Carnegie was on his autumn co-op term in his third year of geological engineering at the University of Waterloo.
Kenton Joel Carnegie (11 February 1983 – 8 November 2005) was a 22-year-old Canadian geological engineering student from Ontario on a work term from the University of Waterloo who died in a predatory animal attack while he was walking in the snow near Points North Landing.