A farmer's wife has been killed after being knocked down by one of her cows inside a cattle shed.
Linda Keens, 58, suffered severe head injuries after a cow attacked her while she tried to coax it into a trailer.
She was taken by ambulance to hospital but died a few hours later from her injuries on Tuesday (13 March). Her son, Tom, flew from his home in Australia to be by her bedside, but he arrived late.
Her son-in-law, Neil Payne, told the Daily Express: "It was a tragic accident. The family are still coming to terms with what has happened."
Mrs Keens had lived in a cottage near Hockleys Farm, in North Warnborough, near Basingstoke, in Hampshire with her husband Tom Snr for 20 years.
An inquest into Mrs Keens' death has been opened at North East Hampshire Coroner's Court and adjourned until a later date.
A spokesman said: "Mrs Keens was knocked over by a cow. She fell back and hit her head.
"She died a few hours later from her injuries. The cause of death was an acute subdural haemorrhage (serious brain injury)."