Cattle trigger chaos in Burra after livestock truck overturns

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Cattle have prompted chaos in a South Australian city after a truck crashed.

The livestock escaped from the overturned truck after it slammed into the verandah of a house on Ludgvan Road in Burra, within the state’s mid-north, about 6.30am at this time.

A few of the beasts had been discovered roaming the city’s streets and in backyards.

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Livestock escaped from an overturned truck after it slammed into the verandah of a house. (9News)

SA Police stated nobody was inside the home on the time.

“The motive force, a 43-year-old Clare Valley man, was extricated from the truck and brought to the Burra Hospital with minor accidents,” police stated in a press release.

“Sadly, there have been quite a lot of injured livestock within the crash that wanted to be euthanised on the scene.”

Police are asking locals to report any cattle sightings as extra of the animals could also be roaming the world.

“Police want to thank the general public and different emergency providers who’ve assisted with this distressing incident,” police stated.

The street has reopened however some velocity restrictions stay in place.

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