Hanover, Pa., man gored by bull on brother's farm

April 13, 1994

A Hanover, Pa., man who was working on his brother's dairy farm on Old New Windsor Road was seriously injured yesterday when he was gored by a bull.

Malcolm Smith, 45, was taken to Carroll County General Hospital for treatment about 2 p.m. and transferred to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore about 5:45 p.m.

Emergency medical crews from the New Windsor fire company were dispatched to the John Parker Smith farm, in the 2400 block of Old New Windsor Road, and took the injured man to the hospital while farm workers managed to get the bull into another pen and away from the victim.

Mr. Smith, who suffered internal injuries, was taken to the trauma center in the Westminster fire company medic unit.

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