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Chickens trigger visitors chaos on Austrian motorway after transport truck crash

a large number of chickens escape from crashed truck on Austrian highway


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Austrian firefighters had been charged with the tough process of catching hundreds of birds operating free on a motorway, after a transportation truck hit a bridge, spilling its cargo on the roadway.

The Saint Florian Hearth Bigrade said emergency options have been often known as on A1 motorway south of Linz at 5.00am, however had hassle attaining the scene as a result of hefty visitors brought on by the stray birds.

It took about 120 firefighters 4 hours to catch the birds one after one other.

Because the car driver escaped unhurt, increasingly more birds had been killed into the accident.

a huge selection of chickens and crates sprawled across motorway south of Linz, Austria.

Firefighter collect chickens and cleanup dirt from A1 motorway.

The open back of transport truck enclosed by crates and chickens sprawled across road.

Austrian firefighter places chicken back into crate.

Austrian firefighters carrying crates as an element of motorway clean.

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