Woman Picks Up Surprise Passenger on Her Commute
By Jenn Gidman
September 13, 2017
Posted by Georgie Knox on Saturday, September 9, 2017
Wile E. Coyote may be accustomed to vehicular chaos, but it was one of his cousins in the Great White North that took a wild ride last week.
Canada's Georgie Knox says she was on her way to her job in Calgary early one morning when a coyote ran out in front of her car, KXTV reports. "I heard a crunch," she writes in a Sept. 9 Facebook post, and because she thought the coyote hadn't survived, she continued on her way.
It was only when she got closer to work, while stopped at a traffic light, that a construction worker flagged her down and "notified me that there was in fact a coyote still embedded in my car," Knox writes. Sure enough, the coyote she'd hit back in Airdrie was caught in the grille, just "looking up and blinking at me."
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