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LIVINGSTON, Wis. – A cow died Monday evening after it was struck by a milk truck in southwestern Wisconsin, authorities said.

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The collision occurred in Livingston, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.

According to a statement from Grant County Sheriff Nathan Dreckman, William Liddicoat, 52, of Mineral Point, was driving the milk truck eastbound just after 6:40 p.m. CST when he hit the animal, which had wandered onto the road, according to Channel 3000.

Liddicoat was not injured, the sheriff’s office said.

The cow’s owner was identified as Bob Vosberg, 66, of Platteville, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.

The truck sustained minor damage, and Liddicoat was able to drive it from the scene, the newspaper reported.