Horse dies after being dumped alive with broken neck among toilet and rubbish in roadside fly-tip

Animals die in the cold after the brutal abandonment of wood and plastic buckets, close to the other horses in grazing

A horse dies after dumping the fly-tip on the roadside while still alive, suffering the neck.

The animals died after the cold cruel abandonment at the garbage dump in Shirebrook, Derbyshire, close to the other horses in grazing.

The police and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, known as the Flyer Web site, found the horse still alive with a noticeable broken neck.

Found in a ranch next to a toilet, wood, plastic bucket and other trash, the Nottingham Post reported.
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The local landlord Tony Perrin was called to the scene by the police.

“Someone somewhere has a job in their bathroom, it’s one to give us £ 20, and we’ll get rid of your lady,” he said, while they dumped the poor horse. ”

Police confirmed that they were known as a live horse reported on Tuesday at half past eight on the roadside.

The case was passed to the RSPCA for investigation.

“We were contacted by Derby County police on Tuesday night to receive reports of injured horses in the alley on the grass, Shirebrook,” a spokesman for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said.

“From our nearest available officer at 80 miles away to handle emergencies, we asked the police to send personnel to the scene, as well as by telephone to provide advice, and also urged them to contact veterinarians to join the horse urgently.

“Unfortunately, the police later told us that Colt – we believe that a neck fracture – because the injury before the death of veterinarians can participate.

“The body is leaving the scene overnight, and a Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals officials attended the next day to investigate the situation where he dumped the local councils.

“The people we want to hear may know where the horse comes from or they may see any suspicious area that links us to the attraction: 0300 123 8018.”