CLARNO, Wis. (AP) - Authorities in southern Wisconsin say a man driving a milk truck collided with and killed two cows that had wandered onto a road.
The Green County Sheriff's Office says the 26-year-old man was driving in the Town of Clarno on Thursday evening when he came across a number of cows in the road.
The driver told authorities he braked and swerved but couldn't avoid hitting two cows.
Deputies say the milk truck sustained moderate front-end damage. News 8's sister station, WISC-TV, says the owner of the cows was contacted to remove the animals.
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