Moose are a common sight near highways in Newfoundland and Labrador. (CBC) ((CBC))

There were six moose-vehicle collisions within hours on roads across the province early Monday morning, according to police.

There were no reports of injured drivers or passengers.

RCMP said an ambulance hit a moose in Riverhead, St. Mary's Bay southwest of St. John's.

Two tractor-trailers hit moose: one hit a moose near Whitbourne on the Trans-Canada highway and the other hit a moose near Deer Lake.

Wildlife officials were called to deal with a badly injured moose after a collision on the highway near Cappahayden south of St. John's.

There was also a collision on Route 360 near Hermitage on Newfoundland's south coast.

RCMP officials said Monday that one driver hit two moose on the Trans-Canada Highway near St. David's about 100 kilometres north of Port aux Basques.