A505 between Baldock and Royston closed for almost an hour due to injured deer

11:17 22 May 2014

Police were called to the A505 this morning after a deer injured its leg

Police were called to the A505 this morning after a deer injured its leg

Archant

A road was closed for almost an hour due to an injured deer.

Police were called at 7.18am to the A505 in between Baldock and Royston, near Weston Hills Tunnel, after a member of the public alerted them to an injured deer that was lying at the side of the carriageway.

The deer was discovered to have broken his leg and the road was closed in both directions until 8.15am.

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