Hotel worker hospitalised after colliding with cow in Westmoreland
WESTMORELAND, Jamaica— A hotel worker is hospitalised after a motorcycle reportedly collided with a cow in Retreat, Little London, Westmoreland on Friday night.
Reports are that the man was travelling on his bike shortly after 8pm when a cow walked into his path.
The motorcycle collided into the belly of the cow and he was flung from his bike.
He was transported to hospital where he is admitted in serious but stable condition.
The injured man’s sister told OBSERVER ONLINE that she is gravely concerned about the untethered cow situation.
“Something ought to be done about [these stray cows], it cannot continue like this.”
This is the third such incident in a week involving stray cows in the Little London area.
Constable Tajay Ebanks died on Sunday when his service motor vehicle collided with a cow, and 22-year-old Christopher Samuels was killed after the car he was travelling in collided with a cow on Wednesday morning.
– Kimberley Peddie