Volunteer at Massachusetts farm rammed to death by ‘comfort animal’ sheep

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A volunteer to treat animals at a Massachusetts farm has died after being repeatedly trampled on by sheep, police said.

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Kim Taylor, 73, was attacked Saturday morning by a resting animal at Cultivate Care Farm in Bolton, west of Boston.

Taylor, who had been a volunteer at the medical farm for more than a year, was alone in the pen with the sheep when he charged her, nbc10 informed of.

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She suffered extensive injuries and went into cardiac arrest soon after the first responders arrived.

The volunteer was declared brought dead after being taken to the hospital.

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Police said that all the animals in the farm are resting animals.

The Farm, which describes itself as one of the leading agriculture-based medical outpatient programs in the country, said it was devastated by Taylor’s death.

According to the police, on December 5, 2021, the sheep repeatedly crushed the volunteer, leading to his death.
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According to Cultivate Care Farms, all animals are rest animals and are devastated by the passing of Kim Taylor.
According to Cultivate Care Farm, all animals are comfortable animals and workers are devastated by the passing of Kim Taylor.
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“Kim was dear to all who worked with her during the 14 months she volunteered to work on the farm,” said farm director Megan Moran. said in a statement,

“I, along with the Cultivate Care Farms Board and the entire team, would like to express my deepest condolences to Kim’s family and friends and our heartfelt love and support during this incredibly difficult time.”

Taylor’s family said in the statement that they were “comforted” about how the farm “brought so much joy to our mother through her volunteering.”

Kim Taylor suffered extensive injuries and a cardiac arrest shortly after the first responders arrived.
Kim Taylor suffered extensive injuries and a cardiac arrest shortly after the first responders arrived.
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Cultivate Care Farms is working with animal control to determine whether the sheep will be euthanized.

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