If you are worried about being attacked by dinosaurs whilst driving through the countryside, then it would seem that there are some brave volunteers who would be more than happy to go and ‘tackle’ the beast(s).
A traffic unit from Mersey Polices’ Road Policing Unit just happened to catch a glimpse of a Jeep that appeared to resemble something straight out of a Jurassic Park film.
“When something catches you by surprise!
“Now I know the A5300 is overgrown in places, but I didn’t expect to see a jeep from #JurassicPark patrolling!
“@NWmwaypolice making to report of large animals in the carriageway!”
Just where the jeep was going to or where it had come from remains a mystery.
Although if you ever see it rapidly driving away from a location, then you might want to follow it just in case it ever loses a battle with a dinosaur.
When something catches you by surprise! Now I know the A5300 is overgrown in places but I didn’t expect to see a jeep from #JurassicPark patrolling! @NWmwaypolice Making to a report of large animals in the carriageway! #Dinosaur pic.twitter.com/YmiaAzO2ya
— Roads Policing Unit #StayHomeSaveLives (@MerPolTraffic) November 21, 2018
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