Georgie Knox, said in a Facebook post on Saturday that she was leaving early or work when the coyote darted in front of her auto.
"I heard a crunch and believed I ran over and killed it", Knox wrote.
Knox, who lives in Airdrie, Alberta had only just started her roughly 20-mile trek to Calgary when she struck the animal.
An Alberta woman says she was shocked when she found a coyote she thought she'd struck and killed on the highway stuck in the grille of her auto. The animal was fully entangled in her Toyota's grille, but, somehow, had suffered only minor injuries.
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She said she called Alberta Fish and Wildlife Enforcement, who removed the Coyote from the auto.
Knox told CTV she felt bad when she realized the coyote had been embedded in her grille for nearly 35 kilometres at highway speeds. "When I got out to look, this poor little guy was looking up and blinking at me", she said after discovering the wounded pup embedded in her grill.
He was given a clean bill of health by a provincial biologist and released by wildlife officials in Kananaskis County, near the foothills of the Rockies, about 100km east of Airdrie.