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The menagerie manages: Circus animals unhurt after road accident

Vehicle transporting circus animals is all but completely destroyed in blaze north of Quebec City

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A tractor truck transporting circus animals caught on fire around noon on Saturday in Baie-St.-Paul, Que., near Quebec City.

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A circus elephant is attached to a lamppost as police and fire crews deal with the aftermath of the truck fire.

Alain Blanchette/The Canadian Press

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Circus animals sit in a bear cage on the side of the road in Baie-St.-Paul, Que., after a truck fire left the creatures stranded, but unhurt.

Alain Blanchette/The Canadian Press

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