Moose tries to cross Interstate 25, sent back to mountains

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A moose was sighted trying to cross I-25 on Sunday June 14, 2015. (Photo: CSP Larimer)

LOVELAND, Colo. — A moose was a little lost and tried to cross Interstate 25 and Highway 34 on Sunday morning.

The moose was sighted by Colorado State Patrol officers in Larimer County around 8:30 a.m. near mile markers 256 and 257 on I-25.

Department of Wildlife officials arrived on scene shortly thereafter to assist.

After three hours, the moose was tranquilized and taken by Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials back to the mountains.

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