The cow died as a result of the incident. (Photo: Jerry S. George/Facebook)

At least two persons were injured and a cow killed in a collision in Argyle on Wednesday.

Reports are that a minivan was travelling along the Windward Highway when the animal crossed the street, resulting in the collision.

Two persons who were pinned inside the vehicle as a result of the impact were later freed and are expected to recover from their injuries.

The minivan after the collision.  (Photo: Jerry S. George/Facebook)
The minivan after the collision. (Photo: Jerry S. George/Facebook)

There have been some concerns recently about livestock wandering along the street across the country and the potential dangerous result of a collision such as the one in Argyle.Some residents of the Sion Hill/Arnos Vale area have expressed concerns about cattle wandering along the streets in the area especially at night, including onto the campuses of the educational institutions there.

Some residents of the Sion Hill/Arnos Vale area have expressed concerns about cattle wandering along the streets in the area especially at night, including onto the campuses of the educational institutions there.

Last Saturday evening, some motorists travelling into Kingstown had to take special care to avoid hitting two cows along Murray’s Road, in the area of Beachmont.

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