Colorado Parks and Wildlife and local law enforcement are responding to a report of a possible moose attack in Boulder County on Wednesday morning, authorities said.

The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office and the Nederland Police Department are also responding to the incident, which occurred near Nederland, sheriff’s officials said.

The attack occurred at an unknown time and investigators do not yet know how many were injured or the extent of the injuries, a spokesman from Colorado Parks and Wildlife said.

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Source:: The Denver Post – News


Colorado wildlife officials investigating report of moose attack in Boulder County

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