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EL MERCURIO(Chile)

SANTIAGO - A pair of farm workers in northern Chile died Wednesday after being attacked by a raging bull that was captured – several hours later – with the help of a bulldozer.

"After its capture the bull was killed," El Mercurio Online reported. "According to witnesses, its furious reaction could have been related to the nearby presence of a cow in heat." The bull had been tied to a stake, but broke free upon seeing the female.

Police and residents in Camarones, the town where the incident occurred, worked together in trying to subdue the 1,700-lb. animal.

The victims have been identified as Orlando García Soto, 59; and Eduardo Visa, 39. Locals said both men had years of experience handling animals.

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