My horse was hit on the burrows common land for grazing by a woman who left the scene and spoke to me the next day. The land is free roam grazing with a small road through to a car park. The horse was badly damaged and might have to be destroyed. Who is responsible?

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    Its hard to tell from what you say. We need a lot more details. How was the horse "hit"? By the woman in a car? How did this occur? What was the woman doing? What was the horse doing? Were you present? When you say "free roam grazing", who owns this land? By "burrows" do you mean "borough's"? Are there any warning signs to tell drivers to watch out for horses? Were there any witnesses? Finally, what jurisdiction (e.g. country and/or state) is this in? – Paul Johnson Sep 12 '19 at 18:12
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    Please, use punctuation. Any punctuation. One long, run-on sentence is just painful. – abelenky Sep 12 '19 at 19:36
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    @abelenky not “any punctuation” we don’t need 2 question marks – Dale M Sep 12 '19 at 20:48
  • Punctuation fixed. I was sorely tempted to replace " who" with ". She" - but I decided that was too extreme. – Martin Bonner supports Monica Sep 13 '19 at 14:59
  • Please, add some idea of the location where this happened. It's not even clear what country you are talking about right now. – grovkin Sep 22 '19 at 3:35

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