13/12/2018

NI Farmer Killed By Bull

A County Antrim farmer has died following an incident involving a bull.

The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service received a report at around 8am on Wednesday,12 December, and rushed to the farm on Killycarn Road, Aughafatten, near Broughshane.

The Air Ambulance also attended the scene.

The victim has been named locally as James Gibson who was in his late 60's and died when he was struck by the animal.
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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland said inspectors were at the farm following the accident and will continue to investigate what happened.



(JG)

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