Lufthansa A320 at Vilnius on Sep 13th 2016, rejected takeoff due to animal
Last Update: September 13, 2016 / 22:43:03 GMT/Zulu time
A ground observer reported there was an animal on the runway prompting the rejected takeoff.
Radar data suggest, the crew rejected takeoff at about 30 knots over ground, "went around the animal" driving towards the left edge of the runway and subsequently vacated the runway to the left.
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