Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Evil Omen: Four injured by blood-covered runaway horses in London

Four injured by blood-covered runaway horses in London 
Runaway military horses charged through central London injuring four people during rush hour on Wednesday morning. Five horses from the Household Cavalry bolted after throwing off their riders during their morning exercise in Belgravia when they were spooked by nearby builders moving rubble. The horses careered through the streets, smashing into a double-decker tour bus and a Mercedes-Benz people carrier. Witnesses on Buckingham Palace road recounted seeing a serviceman thrown from his horse, and one of the loose animals crashing into a taxi waiting outside the Clermont Hotel and shattering its windows. Footage captured by passersby showed a bloodstained gray horse galloping through the traffic around Tower Bridge and the Strand. Ambulance crews treated four people in three separate incidents in Buckingham Palace Road, Belgrave Square, and at the junction of Chancery Lane and Fleet Street, in the space of just 10 minutes. All the horses have now been recovered. Source

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