Two injured in moose-vehicle collision on TCH

Deana Stokes Sullivan
Published on July 4, 2014

Two people received serious injuries early this morning when the vehicle they were in struck a moose on the Trans-Canada Highway.

The Springdale detachment of the RCMP responded to the collision around 2:45 a.m. on the RCH, about 15 km east of South Brook. According to the RCMP, the two occupants suffered serious but non -life-threatening injuries and were transported to hospital.  Traffic on the highway was stopped for a short period of time.  Ambulances from Springdale and Roberts Arm, the Springdale Fire Department, and the Department of Natural Resources all responded to the incident.