And to answer the obvious question, there's a State form* for reporting an accident, to be mailed to Juneau. This makes little sense until you remember that 90% of Alaska's villages are off the road grid, and most have no local police - and therefore no formal reporting.
Was the collision with:
a) mooseFor some reason, this just made us laugh.
e) snow berm
Your vehicle configuration:
a) dog sledPedestrians are considered vehicles? In what universe? Besides, now I'm imagining a report of a dog sled hitting a moose. Or vice-versa. :^)
Location of initial event:
a) bike lane
c) outside of trafficway
d) shared-use path
Unknown location? Shouldn't the next question then be, "Were you there at the time the accident occurred?" And what's a gore?
Your vehicle action:
a) avoiding objects in roadAgain with the "unknown". Listen, if you don't know where the accident occurred, or what your vehicle was doing at the time, there may be a bigger problem than a fender-bender. You can trust me on this.
c) out of control**
There's nothing particularly funny about a vehicle collision, but sometimes you just have to laugh.
* You just knew there would be, didn't you? If not, you haven't been paying attention.
** Would anyone actually admit this?