Trapped moose is back on the loose after a little help from humans

(Photo courtesy of Park City Fire Department) Park City firefighters and Utah Department of Wildlife Resources workers labor to free a moose trapped Tuesday on a construction site in Park City.

A moose is back on the loose after getting stuck in a Park City construction site Tuesday.

The Park City Fire District tweeted that the moose got trapped inside the foundation of a building under construction, and firefighters, joined by officers from the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, responded. Rescuers used straps to help remove the moose from the flooded foundation.

“It took a little trial and error, but the moose was eventually freed,” according to PCFD.

(Courtesy of Park City Fire Department) Firefighters with the Park City Fire Department, with the help of the Division of Natural Resources, work to free a moose that got stuck in a flooded foundation at a construction site Tuesday in Park City.

That wasn’t the only moose encounter in Summit County on Tuesday. The Utah Highway Patrol tweeted a video of a mother moose and its newborn babies who “got a little mixed up and separated in traffic.”

Officers were able to reunite them, and watched as the moose moved away from the road.