“Halting sneezing via blocking [the] nostrils and mouth is a dangerous maneuver, and should be avoided,” they warn.
Police say if the car hadn’t hit the police cruiser, the situation could have actually been worse.
The elk was tangled in a cotton bale tarp, electric fence, and a barbed wire fence.
“I was just telling myself, ‘I have to do this right now. I have to do this myself.’”
Crews will use a crane to remove the car from the building.
The results weren’t quite what the family was expecting.
The soldier was awarded the Purple Heart, Global War on Terrorism, and Combat Action Badge.
Officials hauled the material away Friday morning and took it to a local fire station
“I don’t really feel like a hero. It’s our job,” said Capt. Jackie Peckrul.
This is what can only be described as a “Florida story.”