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Cow survives traffic collision

Published On: Jun 27 2013 07:56:43 AM CDT
TOWN OF JEFFERSON, Wis. -

A cow survived a collision with a vehicle in rural Green County, according to sheriff’s officials.

Deputies were called to the W4000 block of County Road KS in the town of Jefferson at 12:37 a.m. for a report of cattle on the road. Before deputies arrived, a vehicle struck one of the cows.

The vehicle driven by Yvonne M. Field, 60, of Juda, sustained severe damage, according to deputies. Field was not injured.

Sheriff’s officials said the cow, owned by James R. Drafall, 61, of Juda, survived the collision.

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