NEAR DEATH CAPTURED…!!! [Wk 21] | Ultimate Near Death Video Compilation 2019 | Fail Department

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  1. The one with the cows isnt near death by any means. But it sure is hilarious!! Those cows were just curious. If they want to hurt you they'll look a whole lot meaner then that! I'm pretty sure bear spray would just push em off more..

  2. Working out in the desert with my dad where there’s a lot of ranches which means there’s a lot of cows, the cows always come up to you like that because they are curious

  3. I thought it was a bit ridiculous when the guy was yelling and screaming at the cows but on the other hand I've worked with cows my whole life and at the end of the day they are animals and they are unpredictable. Odds are they were just curious, however they can be very aggressive, it can surprise you. I believe cows killed close to a hundred people a year. Probably wasn't in much danger but that would have been a totally different scenario if there had been calves around or a bull if there wasn't already one there

  4. 5:07 I thought I was going to have a near-death experience do you really think they're like a pack of bears wow….. they probably thought you was the Rancher??????

  5. All cattle do this. Their daily routine is simply a human arrives that means food. They will follow the farmer in their truck across pastures knowing they about to be fed.

  6. Guy at 5:30. They're cows dude!!! Cows are about as dangerous as bunny rabbits!! They're running towards you out of curiousity!!! My God, screaming like they are a pack of man-eating wolves!!! ?

  7. How, specifically, does one come to grief via cow? Blunt injury, mainly, reports a 2013 article from the journal Trauma. "Cattle can weigh more than a car," the authors remind us, and so when a cow gets a good piece of you, the results tend to be "high-energy injuries with severe crushing tissue damage." Overall, they found, kicking is the most common form of impact, though in a cited 2001 study of U.S. cow-related occupational deaths, the leading mechanisms of fatal injury were, in order, 1. charging, 2. trampling or stomping, and 3. pinning victim against (e.g.) a gate or wall, with kicking in fourth place.

    If the cow has horns, that's a whole other story: penetrating injuries "most commonly affect the abdomen followed by the perineum," another way of saying that if they miss you in the stomach they'll get you in the crotch. The complex mechanics of goring—wherein the victim often gets hoisted up on the horn, then wrenched around—means doctors see a lot of internal damage "even with seemingly small wounds."

  8. In 2009, Liz Crowsley, 49, from Warrington, was walking the Pennine Way in the Yorkshire Dales, when she too was trampled to death as she walked her two dogs. Police believed that the cows had become aggressive after feeling threatened by Ms Crowley’s spaniel and collie.

  9. Tragically, over the years, cattle-related fatalities have given weight to this argument. In 2014, Peter Jakeman, 62, from Callington, was trampled to death by a herd of stampeding cows while walking his dogs through a field in Derbyshire. He was airlifted to the University Hospital of North Staffordshire, but had sustained fatal injur

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