By on August 16, 2012

A Norwegian driver took evasive action to avoid  a moose, only to hit a bear, Reuters reports from Olso.

According to the wire report, the driver spotted the moose on a country road near Hanestad, 225 kilometers north of Oslo, went around the animal, not realizing that a bear was following the moose.

“The driver had lost a bit of speed as he tried to avoid the moose before hitting the bear,” Svein Erik Bjorke of the local wildlife authority, said. “We are currently tracking the bear and we have found traces of blood indicating internal injuries.”

The driver escaped uninjured,  the car is damaged.

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