COYOTE STUCK IN CAR GRILL

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NEVADA CITY, CA – A driver thought he had hit and killed a coyote, only to find it alive and stuck in his car grill eight hours later!
Brother and sister Daniel and Tevyn East took a long road trip from Boulder to move into an artists community in California. On the Utah-Nevada border, Daniel noticed some coyotes running alongside the road. Suddenly, one darted out and the car hit it.
“It was a big thud,” Tevyn said. “We were trying to figure out what we should do, stop and look for it or — Daniel assumed we had done some real damage and it was instantly killed.” The two decided to to keep driving.
After about eight hours, they finally pulled into North San Juan, to find fur coming out of the front of the car.
Tevyn explained, “I was trying to keep some distance. Our assumption was it was part of the coyote — it didn’t register it was the whole animal.” As Daniel tried to remove it, it flinched!
Take a look at what they found:
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The coyote had only two minor scrapes. The plans were to return it to the wild in Utah, however, it managed to bend part of its cage back and escape!

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7 thoughts on “COYOTE STUCK IN CAR GRILL”

  1. 600 miles !!!600 miles!!!! are you kidding me!!!! These two flower children on a trip to find god knows what…..and they hit this poor guy who has to spend the next 600 miles inside the grill of a car ……then they get him out and you would think ok lets free him and let him go….. No NO NO they put a rope around his neck hit him with a tazer and throw him in a cage. THANKS A LOT. People SUK !

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