A woman in Alberta, Canada was driving to work one morning last week when she accidentally hit a coyote that darted into the road. She continued driving to work, assuming the animal was roadkill. She was wrong.
About 30 minutes later, Georgie Knox pulled up to a traffic light and a construction worker informed her that there was a live coyote stuck in the grill of her car. She got out of the car to look and couldn't believe it. She says, "This poor little guy was looking up and blinking at me." She took a photo and shared it on Facebook. She immediately notified wildlife officials who came to rescue the animal. Despite being struck by the car and taken for a 30 minute drive, the coyote was only slightly injured. He was later released back into the wild.