LYNNVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Crews used barricades to guide dozens of cows into trailers after a truck hauling them overturned in southwestern Indiana.
WFIE-TV reports the truck’s driver told authorities that he lost control early Wednesday along westbound Interstate 64 in Warrick County and went off an embankment.
The station reports the driver wasn’t hurt, but about 80 cows in the trailer were trapped for several hours until crews got them out.
The crash is under investigation.
- Truck hauling cows overturns in southwestern Indiana
- Semi-trailer hauling honey overturns along Indiana highway
- Leaders in southwestern Indiana city turn down term limits
- Police: 2 women, man found dead in southwestern Indiana home
- City in southwestern Indiana pushes for renewable energy use
- Bat protections approved along Indiana 'heavy haul' corridor
- Sarah Gustin named new principal at Southwestern Middle School
- Eastern Indiana farmer charged after dead cows found
- NW Indiana man found dead beneath overturned lawn mower
- Police chase cow near Chick-Fil-A