Woman Killed By Bull In Central Minnesota

LONG PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — A rural Long Prairie woman has been attacked and killed by a young bull in central Minnesota.

Todd County sheriff’s authorities say 31-year-old Deanna Smith was moving cattle with her husband when she was attacked Tuesday night.

The St. Cloud Times reports crews tried to revive Smith, but she died.

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One Comment

  1. Wes says:

    What a tragic way to die. My prayers are with this family.

  2. Ron says:

    My father never would let us near any bull. He said they cannot be trusted and can kill you. When he would handle the bull he would always have his 44 magnum onhis hip, just in case..

  3. Minnesota says:

    Ron your old man was wise to never trust a wild animal ! they will turn on you in a heartbeat !!!

  4. Festus says:

    My Prayers out to You!
    Don’t ever trust a Hogg either……..

  5. KWalter says:

    I am sure the best thing you can do is to pray for Deanna’s family including her loving husband and their 5 young children. Please pray for them.

  6. Casey says:

    Deanna is my Aunt. I would just like to thank everyone that has been there and helped with the family through this tragic time. Prayers are always welcome and much appreciated.

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