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Alaska firefighters help rescue a moose trapped in a home

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A 1-year-old bull moose got stuck in a basement in Soldotna, Alaska. A biologist tranquilized the moose, but the animal wasn't completely unconscious. It took six men to carry the 500-pound moose out of the house. The moose apparently had his fill of human companionship.
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Alaska firefighters help rescue a moose trapped in a home

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