Kangaroo kills alpaca farmer Peter Eades on Western Australian property

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Paramedics raced to the scene to help alpaca breeder Peter Eades however have been pressured to name police when the animal stopped them from serving to the 77-year-old.

Police shot the animal because of the “ongoing risk” it posed to emergency responders.

A man has died after a kangaroo attacked him in southern Western Australia.A person has died after a kangaroo attacked him in southern Western Australia. (9News)

“The attending officers have been required to euthanise the kangaroo by firearm,” a WA Police spokesperson stated.

Emergency companies have been known as to the Redmond property close to Albany at about 5pm on Sunday after a member of the family discovered the person with severe accidents.

The 77-year-old man was remembered as having “a large ardour for animals”.

“His life has revolved round them for so long as I’ve recognized him,” Australian Alpaca Affiliation president Brett Fallon stated.

“(It is) dreadful to listen to somebody so compassionate for animals would lose his life this manner.”

Locals stated the person raised the kangaroo that turned on him yesterday.

The city of Redmond has been left rattled by the incident.

“It is undoubtedly a shock. I would not count on one thing like this to occur, particularly in Redmond,” resident Owen Houden stated.

Officers imagine the farmer stored wild animals on his property as a pastime.

“My understanding is that this gentleman was a carer for some who had reached troubled instances,” Albany mayor Dennis Wellington stated.

Emergency services were called to the Redmond property near Albany at about 5pm on Sunday.Emergency companies have been known as to the Redmond property close to Albany at about 5pm on Sunday. (9News)

Nicole Hyperlink, who runs an animal rehabilitation centre in Albany, has warned this may be harmful.

“I have been kicked in and I’ve had some bruising on my legs simply after I’m on the market cleansing the enclosure … they’re going to simply get a bit feisty,” she stated.

Hyperlink urged West Australians to keep away from taking in wild kangaroos.

“The principles now are in 72 hours, they need to have been handed over to both a licensed rehabilitator, a wildlife officer or a vet,” she stated.

A report is being ready for the coroner.

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