Moose killed by Fish and Wildlife officer in St. Albert

Moose killed by Fish and Wildlife officer in St. Albert
The RCMP said a moose wandering in the St. Albert community of Red Willow Park Wednesday morning was killed by Alberta Fish and Wildlife after it charged an officer.

According to RCMP, Mounties were called in to help Fish and Wildlife officers who were responding to a complaint about “several” moose wandering in the neighbourhood.

Mounties did not say how many moose were in the area, what the nature of the complaint was or how the one moose was killed.

One or two moose are loaded onto the back of a Fish and Wildlife truck in St. Albert, Alta. on March 29, 2017.
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