Experience News in a New Way
How’s this for a story? A woman in Newfoundland is driving to work when she hits a moose on the highway. And while an experience like that can’t be too memorable in a place like Canada, no one could forget what happened next.
Unless, of course, you’re Michelle Higgins.
After hitting the moose on the Trans-Canada highway, Michelle drove 25 miles to her office in Gander, Newfoundland, with no recollection of the accident, or any idea her car had been practically destroyed.
Coworkers couldn’t believe their eyes.
Despite the smashed car, two broken bones in her neck and blood pouring from her forehead, Michelle didn’t remember being in an accident and still can’t recall what happened today.
As for the moose, it was found dead along the highway. And in the end, it’s probably better that Michelle doesn’t remember, images of something like that crowding your brain is no trip down memory lane.