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Contributors to this thread:
DL 10-Jul-18
Brotsky 10-Jul-18
Paul@thefort 10-Jul-18
IdyllwildArcher 10-Jul-18
standswittaknife 10-Jul-18
IdyllwildArcher 10-Jul-18
Rob in VT 10-Jul-18
M.Pauls 10-Jul-18
Paul@thefort 10-Jul-18
Paul@thefort 10-Jul-18
rjlefty3 10-Jul-18
tobywon 10-Jul-18
From: DL
10-Jul-18

DL's embedded Photo
DL's embedded Photo
Moose in a coupe.

From: Brotsky
10-Jul-18
She's my little moose coupe, you don't know what I got! Wow!

From: Paul@thefort
10-Jul-18
Ouch! did the driver survive?

10-Jul-18
At least he didn't have to pack him out.

10-Jul-18
ouch... Paul good question and hope so...

10-Jul-18
I wonder if the windshield wipers will still work?

From: Rob in VT
10-Jul-18
Brotsky, lmao!

From: M.Pauls
10-Jul-18
How does that even happen? Looks like it came up from under the car right behind the firewall? Somebody please explain what I’m missing! And yes I hope the driver is ok, although doubtful!

10-Jul-18
My biggest fear when driving at night in moose country. I don’t see how the driver could have survived.

From: Paul@thefort
10-Jul-18
Google search " Maine moose car collisions". as see many more examples. Ouch x 10.

From: Paul@thefort
10-Jul-18
The driver did survive with minor injuries as the op's post was part of the Google report.

From: rjlefty3
10-Jul-18
I'm new here (from Maine) - this happened a few years back. The driver survived without any significant issues. I was actually looking for a car at the time and the Hyundai dealer was talking up their safety, referencing this accident. Seemed like more luck to me!

Happens quite often in Maine (although still less than deer in other states). Back in my hometown, they've had 5 hit in the past couple of weeks alone. Driving at night there is no joke, that's for sure.

From: tobywon
10-Jul-18
See....a Korean mechanical does work for moose.

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