Driver wanted truck plows by flock of seagulls in New Brunswick car parking zone


MONCTON, N.B.—Police in New Brunswick hope to put costs after a truck plowed by a flock of seagulls within the Moncton Coliseum car parking zone, killing or injuring about 30 birds.

RCMP Sgt. Dan Poirier says the incident occurred on the morning of Oct. 27.

He says an eyewitness offered the outline of a gold or tan GMC Sierra truck, and police have a suspect in thoughts however are persevering with their investigation.

Poirier says police are taking a look at surveillance video from space companies and are asking for any info from the general public that may assist in the investigation.

He says police are taking a look at numerous sections of the Felony Code in addition to laws overlaying migratory birds earlier than deciding on doable costs.

Poirier says a lot of the injured birds needed to be euthanized, and solely two could possibly be saved.

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