Man Dies In Farming Incident In South Armagh

A man, aged in his 70s, has died in an accident involving a cow at a farm in Co Armagh.

Police received a report of a sudden death on the Newry Road in Mullaghbawn on Wednesday, 28 March.

The death is not being treated as suspicious.
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A spokesperson from the Health and Safety Executive NI said: "HSENI is aware of the incident in South Armagh, and are making enquiries. Our thoughts are with the deceased's family at this difficult time."


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