Lamb Survives 25-mile Trip Stuck to Front of Car
May 24, 2013
In Scotland, a lamb hit by a Renault Clio and carried more than 25 miles to the Edinburgh Airport is lucky to be alive, a vet said.
The four-week-old lamb was on a road when it was struck by the car and carried at speeds that could have topped 60 miles per hour. It was only after the car arrived at the airport, around 40 minutes after the collision, that the driver was told by a member of the public there was a seemingly startled sheep attached to the front of the car.
The lamb was in shock and suffered a broken back leg. The shock wore off over time, the leg was casted and the lamb is recovering well.
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