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Comments for: Mars Hill woman in critical condition after striking moose

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  • Anonymous

    Praying for a speedy recovery, prayers for family and friends. 

  • Anonymous

    Hope she recovers OK …………………………….. The Mustang is considered a total loss ………………….. What happened to the Moose ???

    • By the size of the blood stain and moose meat on the road, I would hazard a guess that the moose expired.

  • Hope she is ok.

  • Anonymous

     For safety, there’s nothing better than to follow a respectful distance behind a trucker when you travel in moose country.

  • Anonymous

    I wish there was a way to detect those animals approaching from our visual blind spots so we could avoid hitting them. It seems you can be the most careful driver but it’s not enough. My prayers go up for this young woman and her family & friends.

  • Anonymous

    My prayers are with Yolanda and her family.
    My prayers are also with the rescue reponders as these accidents can impact their lives.
    50-55 mph on I-95,
    between dusk and dawn -> That’s Me:
    Just dim your high beams as you go by and I’ll pray for your safety. 

  • Diane Saucier

    yoyo praying for you and thinking of you!!! lady di

  • Why is there no mention of the condition of the moose?
     

  • Anonymous

    8:30 was dusk; prime time for moose to come out onto the road.  Dawn and dusk are the critical times to slow down and be alert.   Also, use your high beams whenever you can.
    Prayers to the family and Yolanda.

  • Yoyo, you are in my prayers

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