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Anger as calf carcass dumped at side of busy Co Armagh road

Calf carcass found near council facility by couple out walking

Calf carcass Derrymacash Declan McAlinden

A small calf carcass has been dumped at the side of a busy Co Armagh road.

SDLP councillor Declan McAlinden has reacted angrily to the latest ‘fly-tipping’ incident, with the contents much more sinister what what the area has become to expect.

The carcass was found in the Derrymacash area of Lurgan.

“The latest incident has to be wholly condemned, it’s a disgrace,” slammed Mr McAlinden.

“In this case an animal carcass has been dumped at the side of a main busy road in Derrymacash.

“It appears to be the carcass of a small calf and is right beside the entrance of a very popular council facility Tannaghmore gardens on the Kilvergan road.

“I was contacted by a couple out walking who were disgusted that anyone would leave something like this at the edge of the road .

“I’ve been raising the issues of fly-tipping lately in the community and this is another disgusting act of total disregard for local residents and community.”

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