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Car Hits Cows In Nighttime Grayson Co. Crash

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GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- A driver on Highway 82 ran right into an unexpected obstacle in the middle of the night, crashing into cows in the road.

The crash happened around 2:30 a.m. on Thursday. Troopers at the Garland office were called to a one-vehicle accident at Highway 82 and Riley Road.

They found three dead animals at the scene of the accident near Whitesboro, but the driver of a Chevy Malibu was not injured.

"I was pulling up in the yard and saw three dead cows there in the ditch," says Daniel McCage, who works nearby.

"When you're driving around you just know when you're in the country you need to be vigilant whether it's cattle or coyotes or any wildlife out there," says Amy Field, who works nearby.

There is no word on where the black cows came from. Witnesses say they were removed from the side of the road sometime during the day.

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