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Bolton farm volunteer dies after being injured by comfort animal

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A 73-year-old lady is lifeless after she was injured by a “comfort animal” at a Massachusetts farm, in response to authorities.Bolton police Chief Warren Nelson instructed NewsCenter 5 that the sufferer, a volunteer at Cultivate Care Farms in Bolton, was injured by livestock shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday.Police officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians supplied medical support to the girl. Nelson stated the sufferer was transported to Marlborough Hospital, the place she died of her accidents.The identify of the sufferer has not been launched right now.Nelson didn’t establish what sort of animal fatally injured the girl apart from describing it as livestock.According to Nelson, all animals at Cultivate Care Farms are comfort animals.Cultivate Care Farms was scheduled to host its first “Winter Market” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, but it surely has since been canceled. The occasion was set to characteristic stay music and native artisan cubicles.

A 73-year-old lady is lifeless after she was injured by a “comfort animal” at a Massachusetts farm, in response to authorities.