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Truck carrying sheep roll over

By Canfan - 13 August 2014 18

ACT Fire & Rescue firefighters and ACT Ambulance Service intensive care paramedics are currently on scene at the roundabout of Johnson Drive and Monaro Hwy, Calwell following a single vehicle truck roll over.

The truck was carrying approximately 300 sheep which have been contained.

The only occupant, a male driver, has been assessed by ACT Ambulance Service intensive care paramedics and is uninjured.

(ESA Media Release)

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18 Responses to
Truck carrying sheep roll over
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gooterz 7:49 pm
13 Aug 14
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Sounds like 301 occupants

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dungfungus 8:24 pm
13 Aug 14
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Details are a bit wooly.

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Masquara 9:05 pm
13 Aug 14
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Is there a lambpost in the middle of that roundabout?

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wildturkeycanoe 7:31 am
14 Aug 14
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Ewe guys make this sound really baaad.

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Mess 8:36 am
14 Aug 14
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110 sheep were killed, hardly a laughing matter.

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justin heywood 9:24 am
14 Aug 14
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Mess said :

110 sheep were killed, hardly a laughing matter.

Too right.
Some of these posters deserve to be lambasted.

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Masquara 10:44 am
14 Aug 14
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Mess said :

110 sheep were killed, hardly a laughing matter.

That would be what, one day’s worth of mutton on the shelves of Coles & Woollies? Not exactly a tragedy in the scheme of things.

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Masquara 10:47 am
14 Aug 14
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justin heywood said :

Mess said :

110 sheep were killed, hardly a laughing matter.

Too right.
Some of these posters deserve to be lambasted.

You win! Trotters down.

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Canberroid 11:34 am
14 Aug 14
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Masquara said :

Mess said :

110 sheep were killed, hardly a laughing matter.

That would be what, one day’s worth of mutton on the shelves of Coles & Woollies? Not exactly a tragedy in the scheme of things.

Depends on how they were killed. I’m guessing it was pretty painful and slow for a fair portion of those 110 sheep.

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Mess 12:16 pm
14 Aug 14
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Masquara said :

Mess said :

110 sheep were killed, hardly a laughing matter.

That would be what, one day’s worth of mutton on the shelves of Coles & Woollies? Not exactly a tragedy in the scheme of things.

Some were killed instantly in the crash and others had to be put down on the site. Anytime an animal has to experience pain at the hands of humans is a tragedy.

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justin heywood 12:37 pm
14 Aug 14
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Mess said :

Masquara said :

Mess said :

110 sheep were killed, hardly a laughing matter.

That would be what, one day’s worth of mutton on the shelves of Coles & Woollies? Not exactly a tragedy in the scheme of things.

Some were killed instantly in the crash and others had to be put down on the site. Anytime an animal has to experience pain at the hands of humans is a tragedy.

And how do you think animals who don’t die ‘at the hands of humans’ pass on? Peacefully in an open field, surrounded by loved ones?

No, they generally die miserably or violently, and often not quickly either. I’m certainly not happy that the sheep were killed, but I’m not going to pretend that I’m grieving for them either.

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Mess 1:39 pm
14 Aug 14
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justin heywood said :

Mess said :

Masquara said :

Mess said :

110 sheep were killed, hardly a laughing matter.

That would be what, one day’s worth of mutton on the shelves of Coles & Woollies? Not exactly a tragedy in the scheme of things.

Some were killed instantly in the crash and others had to be put down on the site. Anytime an animal has to experience pain at the hands of humans is a tragedy.

And how do you think animals who don’t die ‘at the hands of humans’ pass on? Peacefully in an open field, surrounded by loved ones?

No, they generally die miserably or violently, and often not quickly either. I’m certainly not happy that the sheep were killed, but I’m not going to pretend that I’m grieving for them either.

I’m fully aware of the abuses animals suffer everyday and how many of them die everyday. It just shouldn’t be joked about.

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justin heywood 3:30 pm
14 Aug 14
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Mess said :

I’m fully aware of the abuses animals suffer everyday and how many of them die everyday. It just shouldn’t be joked about.

I don’t agree at all. Robin William’s death should not be joked about because it would obviously offend his loved ones. Sheep? I’m not so sure.

I’m sorry if I offended you though.

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dungfungus 4:57 pm
14 Aug 14
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justin heywood said :

Mess said :

I’m fully aware of the abuses animals suffer everyday and how many of them die everyday. It just shouldn’t be joked about.

I don’t agree at all. Robin William’s death should not be joked about because it would obviously offend his loved ones. Sheep? I’m not so sure.

I’m sorry if I offended you though.

Some people on this blog demand to be offended.

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John Moulis 5:39 pm
14 Aug 14
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