At least 11 cows have died and 15 are missing after they were struck by a train full of Arsenal fans.
The cattle were hit by a southbound Great Northern Rail service near Peterborough.
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The BBC reports that the crash caused travel chaos with a number of services cancelled or delayed. And a number of Arsenal supporters missed the game at Burnley as a result.
One passenger, Paul Curry, updated his followers on Twitter about the incident, saying that the smell was 'terrible'.
Oh dear. My train home has hit a cow. It smells terrible. ☹️— Paul Curry (@cr3) October 2, 2016
Great Northern also tweeted about the incident:
A spokesman told the Metro: "I can confirm that a train struck some cows between Huntington and Peterborough and sadly 11 were confirmed dead.
The spokesman added that services had now resumed as normal.