Moose Hit On Taconic Parkway Just North Of Westchester

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A female moose was euthanized after being struck by a vehicle on the Taconic State Parkway. Photo Credit: Photo courtesy of Flickr user dougtone

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- State wildlife biologists are examining the body of a female moose that was struck by a vehicle on the Taconic State Parkway just north of the Westchester County line on Monday, Dec. 2, according to LoHud.com

The moose was hit at approximately 4 p.m. on a section of the Taconic that runs through Clarence Fahnestock State Park in Putnam County, LoHud.com said.

The driver of the vehicle that struck the animal was able to continue driving and wasn't on the scene. The moose was euthanized when it was discovered both of her back legs were broken, LoHud.com reported.

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Tom Servo:

A Møøse once bit my sister ...
Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretty nasti...

littlericky34:

I saw a white pickup with 2 dead moose and a dead ram in it on Wednesday, around midday on the Taconic by Route 6. For real, not making this up.

gene.oates.1:

Wow..Never heard that there were Moose living in Southern NY before...Was this animal "Wild" or part of an animal attraction/exhibit farm for viewing maybe? I have heard and read in the "NYS Conservationist" bi-monthly magazine about very large Black Bears...700 plus pounds making their territory in lower NY counties...Wolves & Mountain Lions coming soon people..

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