Dog's body found at Derry fire

Published Tuesday, 04 September 2012
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The body of a dog has been found by firecrews dealing with a deliberate blaze in an industrial estate in Derry.

Dog's body found at Derry fire
Police enquiries are continuing. (© UTV)

The Fire Service was called to the scene on the Springtown Road on Sunday at 5.40pm to deal with the blaze, which involved a large quantity of tree cuttings.

The discovery of the animal's body was made and police were alerted.

It is unclear at present how the dog met its death.

Police enquiries are continuing.

© UTV News
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3 Comments
Ryan in Belfast wrote (688 days ago):
The amount of animal abuse, particulary against dogs, in NI is sickening and disturbing. The Law has to come down on hard on these people commiting animal cruelty because we have a real animal abuse problem here in NI and its not acceptable.
Ash in Co Antrim wrote (688 days ago):
This is terrible, what is with all the animal cruelty acts, you are hearing more and more about them, something needs to be done asap, it's getting out of hand !!
simon in Belfast wrote (688 days ago):
Whats with the increase in animal abuse, and animal deaths here? Sickening.
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