年金生活者が市場から逃げ出した後、町の中心部で牛に殺される

A PENSIONER was horrifically killed by a runaway cow after it broke free from a livestock market.

The elderly man fatefully encountered the farm animal after it fled from the Whitland Mart livestock market in Carmarthenshire, ウェールズ.

The runaway cow escaped from Whitland Mart livestock market before embarking on its deadly rampage

The runaway cow escaped from Whitland Mart livestock market before embarking on its deadly rampageクレジット: MEDIA WALES
The pensioner was airlifted to hospital after being trampled and attacked by the animal

The pensioner was airlifted to hospital after being trampled and attacked by the animalクレジット: アラミー

The cow escaped the venue shortly after 10am on November 19 and began running amok around the town centre.

It thenattacked and trampledthe pensioner, leaving him seriously injured.

He was flown to the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff for treatment, ウェールズオンライン 報告.

Dyfed-Powys 警察 confirmed the man had sadly passed away ten days later on November 29.

Cops revealed that the cow continued its rampage and went onto a rail track in the area, forcing trains to grind to a halt to prevent danger to passengers.

The animal then made its way onto a field where officers, in consultation with its owner, desperately tried to safely contain it.

But after all attempts to capture the cow failed, police were forced to put it to sleep due tothe danger posed by the animal”.

A spokesman for Dyfed-Powys Police said: “[The cow] came across an elderly man in North Road where it attacked and trampled him, causing serious injury.

The cow then went on the rail track in the area and trains had to be put on stop to mitigate the danger to them.

Eventually it made its way to a field where every effort was made to safely contain it in consultation with the owner.

The force said they were investigating the incident alongside the Health and Safety Executive.

We previously told how a woman miraculously cheated death after she was trampled by a herd of cows.

Janicke Tvedt, 55, was walking her dog when the animals terrifyingly began stamping on her.