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Three donkeys die in New Forest national park crash

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Three jackasses have kicked the bucket in an accident in the New Forest public park.

A vehicle hit them at about 07:00 GMT on Saturday in Roger Penny Way, where jackasses, steers and ponies wander unreservedly,

New Forest National Park Authority (NNPA), which deals with the site and missions to lessen creature mishaps, depicted the passings as “genuinely stunning”.

Hampshire Constabulary is examining yet said it was not yet known whether the jackasses were wild.

The power is engaging for witnesses. No individuals were harmed in the accident.

‘Slow down’

The New Forest is one of the biggest excess territories of unenclosed land where Commoners’ cows, horses and jackasses meander all through the open heath.

  • In 2019, 58 creatures were executed and 32 were harmed, the NNPA said.
  • Representative Nigel Matthews stated: “For three jackasses to lose their coexistences like this is genuinely stunning.
  • “We appeal to drivers to please back off on the unfenced streets of the New Forest.

“The Commoners’ creatures are out throughout the entire year, day and night, and you ought to anticipate that them should be on the streets or to venture out abruptly.”