Pheasant Stuck In Car Grill

A pheasant has made an incredible recovery after being hit by a car – and surviving a 40 mile trip pinned to the front GRILLE. The bird, nicknamed Silver by rescuers, had a narrow escape after being struck by a car driving on the A46 near Bath last week. But the driver had no idea he had hit Silver – and kept driving for a further 40 MILES with the bird pinned to the car grille. It was only when the driver’s colleagues went out for lunch that they noticed the distressed pheasant.

A pheasant has made an incredible recovery after being hit by a car - and surviving a 40 mile trip pinned to the front GRILLE. The bird, nicknamed Silver by rescuers, had a narrow escape after being struck by a car driving on the A46 near Bath last week. But the driver had no idea he had hit Silver - and kept driving for a further 40 MILES with the bird pinned to the car grille. It was only when the driver's colleagues went out for lunch that they noticed the distressed pheasant.

A pheasant has made an incredible recovery after being hit by a car - and surviving a 40 mile trip pinned to the front GRILLE. The bird, nicknamed Silver by rescuers, had a narrow escape after being struck by a car driving on the A46 near Bath last week. But the driver had no idea he had hit Silver - and kept driving for a further 40 MILES with the bird pinned to the car grille. It was only when the driver's colleagues went out for lunch that they noticed the distressed pheasant.

A pheasant has made an incredible recovery after being hit by a car - and surviving a 40 mile trip pinned to the front GRILLE. The bird, nicknamed Silver by rescuers, had a narrow escape after being struck by a car driving on the A46 near Bath last week. But the driver had no idea he had hit Silver - and kept driving for a further 40 MILES with the bird pinned to the car grille. It was only when the driver's colleagues went out for lunch that they noticed the distressed pheasant.

A pheasant has made an incredible recovery after being hit by a car - and surviving a 40 mile trip pinned to the front GRILLE. The bird, nicknamed Silver by rescuers, had a narrow escape after being struck by a car driving on the A46 near Bath last week. But the driver had no idea he had hit Silver - and kept driving for a further 40 MILES with the bird pinned to the car grille. It was only when the driver's colleagues went out for lunch that they noticed the distressed pheasant.