Man dead after moose collision

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A 29 year man from Stephenville Crossing is dead as a result of moose accident near St. Georges on the Trans Canada Highway.

The accident happened around 10:55 p.m. on Saturday.

 

The vehicle was discovered approximately 20 feet off the highway and down a slight embankment. The male driver of the vehicle was pronounced deceased the scene. A police investigation found that the collision with the moose occurred in the car's lane of travel on the highway and the vehicle sustained considerable damage as a result of the collision.

 

A 26 year old female from Stephenville Crossing who was a passenger in the vehicle was transported to the Sir Thomas Hospital in Stephenville where she was kept overnight and treated for non life threatening injuries.

 

Organizations: Sir Thomas Hospital

Geographic location: Stephenville

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  • Angry
    June 15, 2014 - 13:01

    This government just spent 1 million dollars for a drill rig sitting on a barge in st Antony for a week doing nothing. How many more will have to die before they fence the whole island. This government wants to lien it's pockets with money and cares nothing about its people. Here a young man dies for a dumb animal who should be hunted and killed by all who enjoy the meal but if r your caught poaching your fined. Makes no sense tell the mother of that young man why this island isn't fenced and why we can afford billion dollar projects this government makes me sick there as bad or worst then the Harper gov. We need to stand up for our rights and take back from this excuse of a gov what is rightfully ours

    • Angry too
      June 19, 2014 - 08:04

      So sorry for this family's loss. PLEASE people, email your MHA wherever you are in NL and demand the MHA address this menace on our roadways. Ask government to at least clear back the trees and brush. MHAs are in government to help people first, not animals.