“I knew right away it was a moose,” she said. “I slammed on the brakes with both my feet.” It was like two explosions.”
“My first thought was, ‘Are the moose going out [on a] hunting season for my family?”’ she said.
Moose are involved in about 8% of all wildlife vehicle collisions, according to the Wildlife Collision Prevention Program’s website.
“Moose will often try to avoid vehicles by running along a highway,” added Jeff Knight, spokesman for B.C.’s Ministry of Transportation.
“If it’s safe to do so, it’s best to pull over or slow down until the animal leaves the road.”
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