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  • Andy
    July 02, 2010 - 13:29

    How many more people have to be injurer or killed and how much more property damage has to occur before someone in Govt. wakes up and takes steps to reduce the numbers of moose wandering around on our only Trans Island Hwy.

  • Was
    July 02, 2010 - 13:25

    The transport truck was actually a tanker type rig which was empty of fuel I heard. The driver struck a small moose going west and he jackknifed the rig into the center ditch. The rig did not overturn but was jackknifed with the tanker portion into the drivers side. Driver did not appear to be hurt bad, he walked to the ambulance. The moose and tractor portion of the rig took the brunt.

  • Rebecca
    July 02, 2010 - 13:18

    Having some sort of fence along the highway would be amazing!
    I am on the edge of my seat looking out for moose whenever we're on the highway after a very close call we had one evening. It is very nerve-wrecking to say the least. It's bad enough having to worry about some of the wreck-less drivers that are speeding up your rear until the highway divides and then fly off doing 140km/hr. All I keep thinking when someone is driving so close behind is that if a moose where to run out in front of us we'd be sandwiched between the moose and the vehicle behind us. Very scary thoughts.
    I've been told that there is a whistle that you can place under the hood of your vehicle that the moose do not like and we cannot hear. If it's something that actually is accurate and useful everyone should have them if that's the case.

  • Val
    July 02, 2010 - 13:11

    With all the wildlife accidents on our highways, why don't the govt. put fences along our highway. driving along the highways in new brunswick is so relaxing because of the fences they have placed along their highways, and animal bypasses.

  • Andy
    July 01, 2010 - 20:17

    How many more people have to be injurer or killed and how much more property damage has to occur before someone in Govt. wakes up and takes steps to reduce the numbers of moose wandering around on our only Trans Island Hwy.

  • Was
    July 01, 2010 - 20:12

    The transport truck was actually a tanker type rig which was empty of fuel I heard. The driver struck a small moose going west and he jackknifed the rig into the center ditch. The rig did not overturn but was jackknifed with the tanker portion into the drivers side. Driver did not appear to be hurt bad, he walked to the ambulance. The moose and tractor portion of the rig took the brunt.

  • Rebecca
    July 01, 2010 - 19:59

    Having some sort of fence along the highway would be amazing!
    I am on the edge of my seat looking out for moose whenever we're on the highway after a very close call we had one evening. It is very nerve-wrecking to say the least. It's bad enough having to worry about some of the wreck-less drivers that are speeding up your rear until the highway divides and then fly off doing 140km/hr. All I keep thinking when someone is driving so close behind is that if a moose where to run out in front of us we'd be sandwiched between the moose and the vehicle behind us. Very scary thoughts.
    I've been told that there is a whistle that you can place under the hood of your vehicle that the moose do not like and we cannot hear. If it's something that actually is accurate and useful everyone should have them if that's the case.

  • Val
    July 01, 2010 - 19:47

    With all the wildlife accidents on our highways, why don't the govt. put fences along our highway. driving along the highways in new brunswick is so relaxing because of the fences they have placed along their highways, and animal bypasses.