Luckily, relatively few wildlife accidents result in the death of a human being, but when that is the case, it is almost exclusively in the event of collisions with moose.
Because a moose's legs may be over one metre long, it is not uncommon for the animal's heavy body (which can weigh up to 700 kg) to be thrown onto the hood of a car at the moment of collision. If this happens, the moose might crash into the windshield or land on the roof. Sometimes, the moose's hooves or horns may go through the windshield, which can cause serious or fatal injuries to both driver and passengers.
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