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Roadside dead deer cleared after complaint

By Luke May

A dead deer which was mistaken for a kangaroo by a father has been cleared from the A21 after two days.

Mark St. George caught a glance of the body on an entry slip for the Sevenoaks bound A21 yesterday.

He said: "When I drove past I didn't get a proper look, I thought it might be a kangaroo.

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The deer was found on the side of the A21 (2452515)
The deer was found on the side of the A21 (2452515)

"I told my son and he said don't be silly. We went past yesterday and I realised what it was, then we saw it again this morning.

"When I rung KCC they told there had been a complaint two days ago.

"It's quite dangerous as I slowed down when I saw it, but its a place most people speed up."

Deer on the side of the A21 entry slip. Thomas Lister-St.George (2452102)
Deer on the side of the A21 entry slip. Thomas Lister-St.George (2452102)

The deer has since been cleared.

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