Lorry carrying 7,500 chickens has roof blown off on level crossing near Goole



A lorry carrying 7,500 chickens has had its roof blown off near an East Yorkshire village during egg-stremely heavy winds.
It is thought the lorry was travelling across the raised Thorne Moorends level crossing, near Goole, when its roof was taken off by the current heavy winds battering the region.
An eyewitness said the roof was being carefully taken apart after being left in a "precarious position" and the chickens appeared shell-shocked.
He said: "The roof is sort of hanging off in a precarious position and there is a truck helping take the roof off in pieces with an... read more

 
11 January 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 38
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