I'm not sure of the statistics of how many humans die each year on the roads near Soldotna due to collisions with Moose but for the January - Mid July death rate for Moose has been 289 on the Kenai Peninsula roads. That's alot of dead Moose! If you have a collision with a moose it can be very dangerous for you especially if you're in a small car. Because the moose are so tall your car generally will take out the legs of the moose and he will crash right through your windshield and end up in the front seat! So you can see why humans also die by hitting moose. These types of signs are along the roadside all over the Moose territory.
You don't want to fall into the cold glacial waters of the Kenai River. It is very cold even in the summer time. Just looking at the water is very cold as it's very silty and looks like it just came off a Glacier.
If you hire a limosene you want to make sure the ground outside isn't covered in beer bottles like this one or you might end up going for a wild ride!! hahaha Enlarge the photo to see what I'm talking about. I didn't set set this photo up. It looks exactly how I saw it.
If you are traveling with a pet and need some help there is an animal hospital located a mile or so out towards Sterling on the Sterling Highway. It's located on the rightside of the road if you're going towards Anchorage.