Motorists warned of injured deer

MOTORISTS are being advised to take care on a stretch of Suffolk road while an injured deer is treated.Police attended the scene on the A134 at Cockfield on the stretch towards Sudbury after reports at about 5pm today that an injured deer was laying in the road.

MOTORISTS are being advised to take care on a stretch of Suffolk road while an injured deer is treated.

Police attended the scene on the A134 at Cockfield on the stretch towards Sudbury after reports at about 5pm today that an injured deer was laying in the road.

A deer warden attended the scene and was joined there by police officers to direct traffic.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said: “We would ask drivers to take care in the area.”

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