Rescuers used a tow strap to hook the moose’s front legs and pull her from the ice. Doug Payne, one of her rescuers, estimates the river water was at least 8 feet deep under the moose.
Rescuers used a tow strap to hook the moose’s front legs and pull her from the ice. Doug Payne, one of her rescuers, estimates the river water was at least 8 feet deep under the moose. Doug Payne
Rescuers used a tow strap to hook the moose’s front legs and pull her from the ice. Doug Payne, one of her rescuers, estimates the river water was at least 8 feet deep under the moose. Doug Payne

Idaho magistrate, good Samaritans, rescue moose cow from the frozen St. Joe River

December 28, 2016 7:28 PM

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