Undercut by cow, lawmaker may have last laugh
You don’t see state lawmakers injured on the job often, but that’s what happened to Rep. Rich Morthland in his cattle pen. Morthland showed grit in surviving an attack by a cow. We wish him a quick recovery.
Imagine, for a moment, you’re in state Rep. Rich Morthland’s place in the early morning hours of Aug. 30.
It’s about 6 a.m. You’re at a Cordova farm, tending to your cattle in the pen. When you open the gate to leave, a calf suddenly head-butts you in the knee, breaks your knee cap, and tears a tendon.
You crumple to the ground in pain.
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