Wandering moose caught in Saskatoon

Police spent Monday morning tracking two moose wandering in Saskatoon. Traffic was disrupted, but things were back to normal around 11 a.m. CST.

Conservation officers tranquillize moose on Weyakwin Drive

This male moose was tranquillized by conservation officers after running loose in Saskatoon on Monday, Oct. 21, 2013. (Dan Kerslake/CBC)

Police spent Monday morning tracking two moose wandering in Saskatoon.

This male moose was tranquillized by conservation officers after running loose in Saskatoon on Oct. 21, 2013. (Dan Kerslake/CBC)
Traffic on Weyakwin Drive was reduced after a report of a loose moose.

Conservation officers managed to corner one of the animals and tranquillize it.

It was loaded onto a flat-bed truck to be transported outside the city limits.

Officers were also looking for a second moose reported to be in the 200 block of Avenue V North.

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