Deer hit by lorry in Shirwell

12:00 29 November 2012

A vet had to be called to the scene this morning (Thurs).

A DEER had to be put down this morning (Thurs) after being hit by a lorry just outside of Shirwell.

The driver of the Bristol Fruit Sales lorry reported the incident just outside Woolley Lodge at 7.10am.

A Police spokesman said the deer was badly injured and a vet was called to the scene to dispatch the animal.

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