Train hits wild bull in Prachuap District

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On May 8, Mr. Pichai Watcharawongpaiboon Director of the Office of Conservation Area 3 (Sorbor. 3), Phetchaburi Branch received a report that the Villagers found a wild bull lying dead at the railroad tracks, Village No. 2, Khlong Wan Subdistrict, Mueang Prachuap District, Prachuap Khiri Khan.

In the area responsible for the Railway (Double Track Railway) in Ban Nong Hin found a male bull, aged 5-7 years, weighing about 1 ton, lying dead on the tracks. Therefore, bring the backhoe to lift the wreck off the rails in order not to harm the train. Before examining the body, there was a serious wound on the right chest area. Bleeding in the mouth and nose. Initially, it was estimated that while the bull was walking on the tracks, it was killed by a train and the train was not damaged and continued traveling until a villager came to find the remains.

The staff then moved the carcass of the bull to Hat Wanakorn National Park for the vet to check the cause of death again and bury it later. And record a daily record as evidence at the Police Station Reporters previously reported that in the past 3-4 months, Hat Wanakorn National Park officials were informed by villagers that a young bull had been seen leaving the forest to live in the villages of Huai Yang Sub-district. Therefore, the force continued to search patrols, but could not find him. Until recently, it was found that a bull was hit by a train, which was believed to be the same one that was active in the previous village and unfortunately was killed by a train.

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