- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 21, 2014

COGAR, Okla. (AP) - Four people were injured in two separate wrecks caused by cows standing in the middle of a rural Oklahoma highway.

The first wreck was reported late Tuesday on State Highway 52 in Caddo County. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a 34-year-old man struck a black cow that was in the middle of the road. The driver was taken to a hospital with head injuries and is in fair condition.

The second wreck occurred early Wednesday in the same spot on the road. The highway patrol says three people, including a juvenile, were injured when their car struck two cows. The car then hit a culvert and crashed into a fence.

The highway patrol says all three people in the car are in fair condition at hospitals.

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