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Bethel woman uninjured after hitting, killing moose

RANDOLPH—On Sunday, June 4, at about 9 p.m. troopers out of the Royalton barracks responded to a car vs. moose crash on I-89 southbound at mile marker 30 in the town of Randolph. Upon arrival troopers found the vehicle, a 2004 Toyota truck, sustained considerable front end damage from a collision with a moose. The operator, identified as Melissa Smith, age 44 of Bethel, was not injured. The moose, however, died from injuries sustained in the crash. The weather was rainy and the roads wet, troopers reported.

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