He’s trying to dismiss it as just another part of rural policing, but even Cpl. Rob Gardner of the Hudson’s Hope RCMP in Northern B.C. admits it was an unusual night when his cruiser collided with a moose.
Gardner was on a routine one-hour patrol along rural Highway 29, just six kilometres out of Hudson’s Hope on Jan. 31, when he struck the large animals Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit, said she.
“It was a dark wintery night, snowing, and I just came up on two moose that were just entering the roadway from my left and unfortunately I had nowhere to go at all and they had nowhere to go,” Gardner said.
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