A British engineer is accused of failing to furnish police with details on a traffic offence, after eight feral cows died in a hit-and-run accident on Lantau in June.
Lantau cattle killings
Eight ferral cattle were killed in what was believed to be a hit-and-run traffic accident on Lantau on June 5, 2013. A female driver was arrested soon afterwards. The deaths of the cattle sparked a bitter debate in Hong Kong over the protection of wild cows and road safety in rural areas where they roam.
Hong Kong's growing awareness of animal rights protection has been marred by two distressing incidents. Early this month, eight cattle were killed in what is believed to be a hit-and-run traffic...
A reward being offered to catch the culprit behind the hit and run that killed eight Lantau cows last week now stands at HK$150,000, after an anonymous donor added HK$50,000 to the pot.
Bumps, ramps and special traffic-slowing road surfaces are among measures being considered by police to curb speeding on Lantau following the death of eight cows in a hit-and-run accident last...
More than one vehicle could have been involved in the hit-and-run crash that killed eight cattle on Lantau early on Wednesday, police said yesterday.
An expatriate driver was arrested on suspicion of cruelty to animals after the death of eight feral cows found lying on a Lantau roadside early yesterday.