A west Michigan man died after a bull attacked him.
It happened Wednesday afternoon on a farm in Lowell Township, near Grand Rapids, in Kent County.
The caller said the animal was running loose and that the man, who was a farmer, was on the ground.
Deputies found the bull in the driveway and used their cruiser to block it.
They fired 33 rounds into the animal before taking it down.
It was too late at that point to save the man.
He was pronounced dead on the scene.
Deputies think the farmer was trying to corral the bull when it turned on him.
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