Walker, 72, is killed after being indicted by cows on the popular Pennine Way walking route as a police witness call
- Malcolm Flynn, 72, of Carlisle, was fatally injured in a "tragic incident".
- Detective Chief Inspector Jane Fairlamb said her thoughts were with his family
- Mr Flynn was out ashore near Thirlwall Castle and Gisland on Friday
A hiker was killed after being charged by a herd of cows on the popular Pennine Way walking route when police asked witnesses to report.
Malcolm Flynn, 72, of Carlisle, was fatally injured in what the police called "tragic" incident when he went ashore near Thirlwall Castle and Gisland, Northumberland at around 11:45 am on Friday 11 September .
Police said he died in the place that is on Pennine Way.
Detective Chief Inspector Jane Fairlamb said, “My thoughts right now are with Malcom's family and friends as they grapple with the loss of a loved one in a shocking and tragic incident.
Malcolm Flynn (pictured), 72, of Carlisle, was fatally injured in a "tragic incident" when he went ashore near Thirlwall Castle and Gisland, Northumberland at around 11:45 am on Friday, September 11th
“Our investigation is still ongoing and we have spoken to a number of witnesses. However, we are still trying to track down a number of people who were in the area at the time who we have not yet spoken to and who we believed possible to be very helpful with our requests. & # 39;
Mr. Flynn, who was walking with a companion, wore glasses and a sun hat, a T-shirt covered with fleece, and had a telescopic pole.
The officers are keen to hear from everyone who was in the area at the time of the incident, specifically:
- A white man with gray hair and a gray beard is walking a dog believed to have passed the couple just before the incident.
- A man and a woman, probably in their forties, who spoke to the hikers before entering the field;
- A group of four hikers who spoke to Mr. Flynn's companion immediately after the incident and offered to alert the farmer;
- Another man entered the field and tried to distract the animals from the scene. It is believed that he left a fleece behind.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
Deputy Headmaster Dave Clark died Monday after being injured by cows while walking near Richmond, North Yorkshire.
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