RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) -- A western South Dakota rancher is tallying his losses after some of his cattle escaped a fence and ended up on Interstate 90 near New Underwood.
Nine young cattle were hit Tuesday night by vehicles. One driver was treated at a hospital and released.
Randy Volmer says the fence was intact. He thinks something, possibly a mountain lion, chased out the cows.
Volmer says the nine animals he lost were valued at up to $700 apiece. He says insurance might help make up some of the loss.
Information from: KEVN-TV, http://www.kevn.com
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