Wiltshire landowner fined after public 'severely injured' during cow attacks

James Johnson, who was attacked by cattle, said: "I thought I was going to die"

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Members of the public were left with 'life-changing' injuries after an attack on Sir Charles Hobhouse's Monkton Farleigh Estate
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Members of the public were left with 'life-changing' injuries after an attack on Sir Charles Hobhouse's Monkton Farleigh Estate

The landowner of Monkton Farleigh Estate has received a £15,000 fine after his cattle attacked members of the public and caused ‘life-altering' injuries in Wiltshire. Sir Charles Hobhouse pleaded guilty...

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