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Cattle spill on to Illinois freeway immediately after hauler crash: online video

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At minimum 16 cattle spilled on to an Illinois highway immediately after a cattle hauler’s trailer was ripped open up in a crash that injured the driver and stalled website traffic for hrs. 

Three cows gaze downwards.
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On Tuesday afternoon, a cattle hauler crashed into a disabled semi and a Honda coupe releasing more than a dozen cows and bulls into the busy Interstate 80. 

All through the crash, the truck driver trailer was torn open. There have been 33 cattle in the trailer and 16 escaped onto the highway. Two of the cattle experienced to be set down thanks to injuries. State law enforcement told NBC Chicago that the driver of the hauler was taken to the medical center with life-threatening injuries. 

White semi truck and blue trailer on the road.

White semi truck and blue trailer on the highway.
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Nearby farmers aided gather the remaining cattle, which had been brought to a close by storage facility.

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According to Illinois Point out Law enforcement, Bradley E. Pate, 51, of Waynesboro, Virginia, was charged with driving less than the impact of medicines and issued citations for failing to lower speed to stay clear of an incident and improper lane usage immediately after the cattle hauler he was driving went off the street and hit semitrailer truck.

The Online News 72h contributed to this report.

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