Moose killed in accident going to food bank

VALLEY — The Washington State Patrol says a car hit a moose Tuesday night on Highway 395 in Stevens County near Loon Lake, about 30 miles north of Spokane.

The collision totaled the car, a 1994 Subaru Legacy. The driver, 67-year-old William Watersman of Valley, was knocked unconscious. He was flown to a Spokane hospital and is expected to survive.

KHQ-TV reported the 1,200-pound moose was killed. It was taken to the Loon Lake Food Bank.

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