This man gives helping hand to exhausted baby moose cross the road and reunite with mom

On Sunday morning, Andrea Bock was traveling through Clam Gulch, Alaska, when traffic came to a halt.

A mother moose and her youngster attempted to cross the roadway, but the tired calf struggled to climb over the railing.

This man gives helping hand to exhausted baby moose cross the road and reunite with mom

The moose was becoming concerned after being separated from her baby, and traffic was building on the busy route.

Bock remained for almost 20 minutes in her car, watching the calf try to locate the end of the railing.

Joe Tate, who was returning home after a fishing excursion with his mates, was also locked in his car.

He, too, was watching the drama unfold and decided to take action to bring the family back together.

This man gives helping hand to exhausted baby moose cross the road and reunite with mom

“After over 30 minutes of frenetic pacing back and forth and the line of traffic expanding by the minute,” Bock claimed, “a guy from the northbound lane of traffic came and assisted the calf.”

“He waited until the mother was on the opposite side of the roadway.”

“As he immediately snatched the calf and tossed him over the guardrail with his mother, traffic obstructed her view.”

A stressed moose, especially one carrying young, may be extremely deadly to people.

If a mother moose feels threatened, she may attack, stomp, or kick to protect her young, so keep a safe distance.

This man gives helping hand to exhausted baby moose cross the road and reunite with mom

While interfering with wildlife is never a good idea, this circumstance demanded immediate intervention.

Fortunately, Tate and his pals had planned to distract the mother by driving a trailer in front of her.

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