Man seriously injured by herd of cows in St Neots
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A MAN has been seriously injured after being trampled on by a herd of cows.
Ambulance crews were called to a field in Priory Hill, St Neots at 7.30pm yesterday (Monday).
Police said that the farmer had been informed and that no offence had taken place.
A similar incident occurred in 2010 on St Neots Common, when a 58-year-old man suffered a punctured lung after being trampled.
East of England Ambulance Service spokesman Gary Sanderson said: “The man, who we believe to be in his 60s, received significant injuries.
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“Following treatment, stabilisation and immobilisation by the ambulance crews, he was taken to the specialist trauma centre at Addenbrooke’s Hospital for further care.”
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