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Darwin, East Arm: Man chased by cow hospitalised

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A man was hospitalized after being chased by a large farm animal and hit in the chest. After being chased by a large farm animal in Darwin, a man has been hospitalized and plugged in the chest. A cow ran down the 50-year-old on a property at East Arm, east of Darwin city.

St John NT operations manager Craig Garraway said the incident happened at about 4 pm on Tuesday. They were doing something out there in those loading areas with all of the cattle and was he hit in the chest quite severely,” he told ABC Darwin.

“It required us to attend and transport him to the Royal Darwin Hospital for several injuries, mainly around his chest area.” Paramedics picked up the patient who had already left the scene and drove him to the hospital.

He was in a stable condition. “I believe he is making a big recovery,” Mr. Garraway said. “They were big cows, and all got a bit excited, and he got caught in the middle of it all.”

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