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To: nickcarraway
Moose + car = bad.


2 posted on 02/05/2012 3:22:43 PM PST by South40 (Mitt is full of Shtt)
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To: South40
They can do damage.....

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4 posted on 02/05/2012 3:36:08 PM PST by EGPWS (Trust in God, question everyone else)
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To: South40

We have a lot of car/deer collisions in my part of the country but deer just don’t do quite the same damage.

My aunt bought a new car this fall and hit a deer with it before she even got it home. Then she turned around and hit another one the next day with it.


6 posted on 02/05/2012 3:41:29 PM PST by cripplecreek (What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
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To: South40
Here is another photos of that accident.
17 posted on 02/05/2012 5:56:24 PM PST by BwanaNdege (Man has often lost his way, but modern man has lost his address - Gilbert K. Chesterton)
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To: South40

In our part of NC we’ve had an unusually high number of deer/vehicle collisions, locally known as Al Queda terrorist sucicide deer. My MIL seems to be a magnet for them - about once a year since we’ve lived here.


20 posted on 02/05/2012 6:05:15 PM PST by Roses0508
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To: South40

Just how fast does someone have to be friving to put a moose that far into their car?

Goodness, drivers need to slow down when visibility is bad.

There’s kind of one sided responsibility in avoiding these types of collisions.


24 posted on 02/05/2012 8:04:57 PM PST by metmom (For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore & do not submit again to a yoke of slavery)
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