Driver avoids serious injury after run-in with mooseJune 16,2013Staff Writer
KILLINGTON — A Middlesex motorist avoided serious injury following a collision with a moose Saturday night.
According to State Police, shortly after 9 p.m., Maurice A. Hebert, 65, was driving east on Route 4 in a 2012 Jeep Wrangler when a moose emerged from the woods and struck the passenger’s side of Hebert’s vehicle.
Hebert sustained minor scrapes, as did his passenger, Rosemary Hebert, 63, of Middlesex. A 15-year-old juvenile passenger was not injured. The vehicle sustained damage to the front, rear and passenger side and was towed from the scene.
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