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Nate McVey

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I got this in an email today, what do you think?

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Pogo Moose Incident - Fairbanks , Alaska

"They were laying new power cables which were strung on the ground for miles. The moose are rutting right now and very agitated. He was thrashing around and got his antlers stuck in the cables. When the men (miles away) began pulling the lines up with their big equipment, the moose went up with them. They noticed excess tension in the lines and went searching for the problem. He was still alive when they lowered him to the ground. He was a huge 60 inch bull and slightly peeved!"

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Gee, I don't know. It tells a story like it is true. I have never hung power cables so if that is how they do it than I guess it is true. Don't Moose rut in late September/early October?

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This is old, but I do believe it is true. It was in the Fairbanks newspaper. That picture probably was taken in late September or early October.

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Well, personaly I like to believe in funny stories like this. They are fun to think about, and fun to share. Even if it wasnt true, its still kinda awe inspiring! laugh.gif

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Well, personaly I like to believe in funny stories like this. They are fun to think about, and fun to share. Even if it wasnt true, its still kinda awe inspiring!
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go back and read the article, it IS true but in 2004 grin.gif

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Yep I've gotten that pic multiple times in e-mails since it happened.

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It actually did happen. It happened a few years ago though. My dad works on power lines for a local company and said that the added tension would be noticeable.

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I lived in AK when this happened....it's the real deal, it's been going around the internet for a long time now.

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True. I used to work with someone on the crew who was stringing the lines.

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Cool! Thanks guys!

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