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Cows cause chaos on the Bruce

Cows on the loose caused numerous accidents last night.
Cows on the loose caused numerous accidents last night. Liana Turner

COWS on the road continue to wreak havoc in the Whitsundays.

Last night at 8.21pm paramedics were called to the Bruce Hwy following reports of a truck striking a cow in a northbound lane.

A second vehicle travelling southbound was also reported to have struck a cow causing an obstruction to traffic.

Three occupants were assessed but did not require transport to hospital.

On Wednesday cows were reported loitering on Shute Harbour Rd outside Plants Whitsunday.

Topics:  bruce hwy cows qas whitsundays

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