My car was moving with high speed on National Highway. A truck was coming in the other lane a little behind to car. Suddenly a bull appeared and started crossing the road. It had a limp which slowed its speed. It was in the middle of the road then decided to go back. As larger vehicle was coming in that lane, it decided to continue its journey to cross the road. Its indecisiveness confused my driver. The distance was too less and speed was too high. It seems for a few seconds bull will be killed. But driver took a fast decision, put the harsh brakes. The car only touched the animal with the slightest pressure.
Consequently my back ached the whole day but I was relieved an animal is SAVED.
Who is responsible for such accidents on roads; the owner who leave innocent animals without giving any food or the driver who even with careful driving hit these animals because of high speed?