Moose falls through window into basement of Idaho home


A moose fell through a basement window in Hailey on Saturday evening.

It was a wild morning for a Hailey family when they walked into their basement Sunday and discovered a moose staring at them.

Idaho Department of Fish and Game says an officer was able to sedate the large animal and, with help from other officers, carry it out of the basement.

A similar instance occurred a year ago in Hailey when an elk was trapped in a basement after falling through a window well. A colder and unusually intense winter is making life hard for lots of wild animals in the West, according to The Associated Press, including five cougars in central OR that state wildlife officials killed after the cats came into a town and dined on pets and chickens.

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Blaine County Sheriff's Office said on their Facebook page that deep snows have brought wildlife into town and close to homes looking for food.

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game in Magic Valley reports a cow moose crashed through a house's window well and got stuck in the basement.

The authorities ended up sedating the moose, which, fittingly, slipped into a more mellow state near a Bob Marley wall tapestry. The cow moose charged the officers several times.

Coincidentally, this isn't the first time something like this has happened in the area.