Elephant strays into Indian town, pushes truck off highway!

Eyewitnesses said the animal had strayed into the town from a nearby forest and seemed frightened and confused.

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A wild elephant went on an hours-long rampage in India’s West Bengal state, sending residents fleeing in panic.

The elephant damaged dozens of vehicles including trucks, bikes.
Local forestry authorities said no-one was hurt in the incident, in Asansol.

The animal was taken to a park where domesticated elephants are kept and officials have said they hope to return it to the wild.

Eyewitnesses said the animal had strayed into the town from a nearby forest and seemed frightened and confused.

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