A car hit a cow on Route 17 in Readfield this Saturday night. A 2003 Ford sedan driven by William Ervin, 25, of Readfield was eastbound on Maine Street, Route 17, when the accident happened around 11 p.m.
The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 was blamed on a cow, probably the most famous cow in history: Mrs. O’Leary’s cow. The fire started in the barn and destroyed 3.5 square miles of the city, killed 120 and left thousands of other homeless. But did the cow start the fire?
It’s a mystery that has cattle ranchers and police wondering what happened. It involves a mutilated cow on a ranch near the Kansas City International Airport. A cow was found dead with its sexual organs and udder removed but there is no evidence as to who, or what, did it.
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