A Massachusetts woman escaped serious injury after her pickup truck collided with two moose early Monday morning on Route 3 in Bethlehem. The cow moose and a calf were killed, and a second calf was left wandering around the area, Bethlehem Fire Chief Jack Anderson said Monday afternoon. The collision occurred at about 5 a.m. The initial call was logged as a vehicle versus moose with injury and entrapment. “That was the way the call came in, but the lady wasn’t trapped,” said Anderson. “She didn’t dare move until the ambulance got there, and we got her out without any great effort. We took her to the hospital as a precaution. She was bruised. Luckily, she had her seat-belt on.” The collision did heavy damage to the vehicle, he said.
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