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@esqape With the exception of the first moose that appeared very unexpectedly and clipped the back of that car, the other two were visible from a distance and that is when you immediately slow down. I said nothing about "pounding your brakes". Too many people ass-ume an animal won't enter the road and they keep speeding even when they are visible from a distance. Furthermore, that was a patch of heavy woods and that in itself is cue to slow down a bit and watch more diligently for animals. Common sense.
That is just plain sad and it shows what idiots some people are. They all could have been avoided if people would just slow way down the moment an animal is spotted anywhere near the road. I've seen people TRY to hit innocent animals on the road including two dogs. One I was able to save, the other poor dog died. Bloody bastards!
@Storm Nobody will try to purposely hit a moose unless they have a subconscious death wish. Really now...it's suicide and most cars that hit moose end up with a carload of fatalities. I feel badly for the drivers the human contents of the vehicles more so than the animal. The drivers will, statistically speaking, lose their lives simply because they cannot avoid hitting these sturdy, behemoth-like creatures.
@Storm Are you fucking kidding me? Driving on a highway and suddenly pounding your breaks is the quickest way to die on this planet. The people in this video are smart and avoided a rollover crash by not breaking.