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Farmer dies after incident with cow and calf

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Farmer in his 80s dies after incident with cow #farmsafety

An elderly farmer has died after an incident with a newly calved cow.


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The man, named locally as Eric Coates, was thought to have been crushed by one of his Greystone herd cows on Wednesday April 12 in Settle, North Yorkshire.

 

A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said: “Police attended a report of the death of a man following an incident at a farm in Stainforth, near Settle, which occurred on April 12 2017.

 

“There are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances and a report will be prepared for the coroner.”

 

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