MELKOF – Two trains in Germany an escaped flock of sheep touched. There were more than sixty animals to life, reports the police Friday.
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The sheep were Thursday evening the legs with a storm fence had been damaged. They walked then to the track in the vicinity of Melkof (Mecklenburg-western Pomerania). There scooped a passing ICE a number of the animals. Later came other sheep go under a freight train.
Three animals survived the accident, but were seriously injured. A veterinarian left the sheep to sleep. By the incident were dozens of trains delayed.
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