A pensioner has been killed when he was trampled by a herd of cows.
His brother was also severely injured and was airlifted to hospital for lifesaving treatment.
It happened at Turleigh at 12.30pm on Monday.
The brothers were walking a dog through a field when they were trampled by cows.
They managed to free themselves and call for help from a nearby Wessex Water van.
The Wiltshire Air Ambulance helicopter was dispatched.
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