Two ponies injured in spate of animal accidents in the New Forest

Bournemouth Echo: Two ponies injured in spate of animal accidents in the New Forest Two ponies injured in spate of animal accidents in the New Forest

TWO ponies were injured in another spate of animal accidents in the New Forest.

A filly was hurt at Burley Road, Wilverley, and a gelding was injured on the B3708 at Roundhill, Brook.

A cow was involved in a collision at Burley Road, Brockenhurst, but escaped unhurt.

Two other accidents occurred on the B3708 at Black Gutter and Godshill but no injured animals were found.

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9:50am Wed 4 Dec 13

SUZIE001 says...

People are driving far to fast! I drive through from Christchurch to Brockenhurst a couple of times a week. The road is 40mph, but on occasions you do get some stupid idiot trying to overtake on a bend trying to get to there destination much quicker. For these lovely animals the New Forest is their home, so please let's not forget that. They have the right of way! Rant over
People are driving far to fast! I drive through from Christchurch to Brockenhurst a couple of times a week. The road is 40mph, but on occasions you do get some stupid idiot trying to overtake on a bend trying to get to there destination much quicker. For these lovely animals the New Forest is their home, so please let's not forget that. They have the right of way! Rant over SUZIE001

10:17am Wed 4 Dec 13

Franks Tank says...

Again, I have to ask that is the biggest problem on the roads of the New Forest?
Here's a clue....
It's not organised cycling events or fictional stories about people defecating on village greens that's for sure.
Again, I have to ask that is the biggest problem on the roads of the New Forest? Here's a clue.... It's not organised cycling events or fictional stories about people defecating on village greens that's for sure. Franks Tank

10:23am Thu 5 Dec 13

suzigirl says...

I can't see any mention of cars?
I can't see any mention of cars? suzigirl

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