A cow on the loose in Penrith, which left a man with minor injuries, has been destroyed.
Police have confirmed the man was knocked down when he approached the animal on the A66.
The road's eastbound carriageway at Kemplay Bank Roundabout remains blocked, and there is congestion in the area.
An 81-year-old man from the Borders has been seriously injured after being trampled by a herd of cows whilst out walking his dog.
The man, thought to be from Duns, is being treated for several injuries at the Borders General Hospital near Melrose.
He had been walking on farmland near Marchmount House, Greenlaw, when he was attacked.
A caretaker from Marchmount drove into the field to separate the cows and managed to get the injured man into his car.
Specialist equipment has been used to rescue a cow that fell 100 feet down an embankment and into a river near Sedbergh in Cumbria.
Firefighters well called to the river Rawthey after a local farmer found the 12-month-old cow in the water.
Members of Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service used ropes to get down to the cow and a specialist swift water rescue team moved it to a place where it could be hoisted to safety.
Local builder George Baines provided a crane which was then used to lift the cow from the riverside up to a bridge.
The animal escaped serious injury and is expected to make a full recovery.
The crash happened sometime overnight on Sunday 2nd September. Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 0845 600 5701.
A calf has been rescued from trees after falling down a slope next to its field in Thrimby, Penrith.
A calf has been rescued by Cumbria's fire brigade after falling down an embankment and getting caught in trees.
The calf was a Pedigree dairy shorthorn, called Sparkle. She recovering after her four hour ordeal.
Fire crews in Cumbria were called to free a cow that had got stuck in trees after falling from a cliff above.
The 300 kg animal was unharmed after her 4 hour ordeal in Thrimby near Penrith on Tuesday 28th August.