NewsStay alert for wildlife crossing highways SHARE ON: Rocco Frangione, contributor, Tuesday, Jan. 17th, 2017The South Porcupine OPP detachment has some driving tips after vehicles collided with two moose on Highway 101. The crashes took place last Friday in the Black River-Matheson area within a two hour period after nightfall. Police suggest driving a bit slower especially during low-lighting conditions when it’s harder to see what’s up ahead. Knocking a few kilometres off your speedometer gives you that extra time to brake in case a moose is on the highway. Fortunately no one was hurt in either of last Friday’s crashes.