RCMP on the Northern Peninsula responded to two separate moose-vehicle collisions Thursday, bringing the one-month total to 13 moose-vehicle collisions for the region.
At 9:30 a.m. police arrived at the scene of a single vehicle collision after a man hit a moose with his car. He and a woman passenger were both taken to Charles Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony where they were treated for minor injuries.
Later that day, at 4:50 p.m., RCMP were called to the scene of a vehicle and moose collision near Rocky Harbour. There were no injuries but the vehicle was extensively damaged.
The 13 collisions between July 4 and Aug. 2 resulted in a range of injuries from minor to serious.
Police are advising motorists to be aware of the possibility of moose on roadways.