Similar incidents took place in roughly the same location on Monday and Tuesday. It is hunting season, and the hunts are organized on the hunting grounds bordering the highway. The motorway is fenced on both sides, but in some places the fences are damaged.
WPR, the federal road police that advises DNF, does not have an easy task. Thursday’s dog, the same as Tuesday’s in a coat and red collar, managed to escape. The warden had given orders to slaughter the animal for obvious safety reasons for motorists, but was unable to do so. The police organize the traffic in blocks when this happens. His tracking dogs wandering on the fast lane pose a great danger to motorists. On Thursday there was an accident, luckily no injuries.