Truck driver plowed into family of geese because he was in a rush

In Greenville, South Carolina, a woman witnessed a truck driver plow into a family of geese on Wednesday morning because he was obviously in a rush.

According to WisNews10, the geese were killed on Pelham Road near I-85. A woman, on her way to work and other witnesses stopped to let a flock of geese with their babies cross four lanes of traffic. The babies were too young to fly  –  the family waddling in tandem.

The little family had nearly crossed the road when a silver Ford F-150 ran them over.

“They just had to get on the sidewalk and head down the hill. I mean literally seconds,”the witness stated.

One adult and four goslings were killed by a driver who was in a rush. The driver took off.

Canada Geese are protected by the Department of Natural Resources. Fines for killing a Canada Goose out of season carries a minimum $480 fine.

Someone knows who did this. Let’s bring this person to justice.

(Photo of family of geese run over screenshot WisNews)

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5 replies
    • Bunny Peters says:

      I agree with you!!! Absolutely disgusting that this POS couldn’t wait a few seconds for the family to cross the street….. I wonder would he have run over a toddler or an elderly person if they were in his way???
      RIP precious little treasures and your parent. I truly hope that you get justice (in that the POS who murdered you is found and thrown in jail). Your lives matter and this POS will burn in Hell forever for their cruelty….. Let’s hope that they get there ASAP!!!

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