ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A horse standing in the road was hit by a pickup truck in Dougherty County Tuesday night and a police officer had to shoot the injured animal.
The horse was standing in Fleming Road near County Line road when it was hit by 19 year old Eric Rogers of Sylvester. He was not injured, but his truck sustained extensive damage.
Police are still investigating to find out who owned the horse. No charges have been filed.
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