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Pony discovered dead in Woolton Hill

Firefighters called in rescue attempt

Jane Meredith

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Jane Meredith

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01635 886637

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Firefighters called to a Woolton Hill pony rescue yesterday (Tues) evening, discovered the animal dead on arrival.

One pump from Newbury, another from Basingstoke and the animal rescue unit from Overton, were called over the Berkshire/Hampshire border at 7.30pm, to Church Road.

On arrival firefighters discovered the one-year-old pony had died, after falling down an embankment into a stream.

Firefighters left the scene after about an hour.

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  • Tommy965

    14/04/2016 - 18:06

    Hi please contact me about this horse it was my wife and u need to no the other side of the story 07341553747

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