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No Injuries Reported After Two Accidents on Highway 18

WARD COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

No injuries were reported after two separate accidents happened within minutes of each other on Wednesday morning in Ward County.

DPS Troopers tell NewsWest 9, the first accident happened on Highway 18 involving a blue Chevrolet Silverado pickup.

Authorities say the driver was traveling north and drove up on several bulls in the roadway. The driver steered right to avoid the crash but one of the bulls was hit.

The second accident happened about five minutes later in the same location.

The driver of a Dodge Ram pickup was traveling southbound, steered to the left and struck a bull.

There’s no word on how badly the bulls were injured.

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