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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