TWIN MOUNTAIN, N.H. – New Hampshire state police say they were pretty busy Saturday night with moose accidents in the North Country.

Troopers say they responded to three separate collisions within a three-hour span involving drivers striking moose.

They say the first occurred on Route 2 in Randolph just after 7 p.m., when a man in a Toyota struck a moose. The next was at 9:32 p.m., when they say two cars struck a moose on Interstate 93 in the town of Sugar Hill. The third took place on Route 110 in Stark at 9:50 p.m., when police say a couple in a minivan hit a moose.

Police say all the vehicles involved were heavily damaged but the occupants suffered only minor injuries.

Drivers are reminded to be aware that moose and deer are on the move day and night.


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