One person dies after being hit by cow in Spain

KILLERS: Cows account for the death of approximately 22 people annually KILLERS: Cows account for the death of approximately 22 people annually

AN individual has died  in the municipality of Toques in the La Coruña province in Galicia in the north west of Spain, after receiving a blow from a cow.

The 112 emergency services were alerted that the victim was unconscious and despatched a helicopter to the scene.

But the victim was confirmed dead before the medical team arrived.

The Guardia Civil are investigating the precise circumstances accident.

Cows are responsible for the deaths of  22 people annually while sharks account for just  five.

Deer also cause hundreds of deaths, mostly by running out in front of cars.

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