A leopard has been injured after being hit by an unknown vehicle near Wadiwarhe village on the Mumbai-Agra highway. It was reported that the incident took place at around seven o’clock in the night. The leopard was hit hard by the vehicle and it was difficult to move. The leopard’s legs were hit hard and he fell down. Motorists coming and going on both sides of the highway crowded to see the injured leopard. This time, the scared leopard attacked a person, although there was no major damage, the person was slightly injured. As soon as the injured leopard attacked a person, the citizens ran away.
Meanwhile, after the leopard got injured, forest department officials were called to the spot. Under the guidance of Igatpuri Regional Forest Officer Ketan Birari, Forest Division Officer Shailesh Jute immediately took action to take the injured leopard into custody. The leopard was taken to a veterinary clinic for medical treatment. At this time, forest officers and staff along with Wadivarhe police station staff were present at the spot. Meanwhile, preliminary information has also come to light that an injured leopard attacked a policeman.
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A few days ago, a leopard was seriously injured in a collision with an unknown vehicle on the Nashik-Aurangabad state highway near Chitegaon Phatan in Niphad taluka around 9:30 in the night. At this time the leopard was lying unconscious. While the forest employee was walking near the leopard, he suddenly regained his senses and attacked the employee. This time the employee was injured. Now this incident has happened on the Mumbai-Agra highway.
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Near Wadiwarhe on Nashik Mumbai Agra highway, there are many agricultural areas on both sides of the highway, wild animals come and go on the road in search of food and water, and since it is a highway, the vehicular traffic is high in volume and speed, such incidents happen.