ZEELAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Three cows have been struck and killed after wandering onto a western Michigan roadway.

The Ottawa County sheriff’s office said eight cows were on the road about 3:30 a.m. Friday in Zeeland Township when authorities arrived after reports of a crash.

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One vehicle had hit the three cows that died. The vehicle suffered significant damage, but the driver was not injured.

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The road was closed for more than 90 minutes. The uninjured cows were taken to a nearby farm.

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Zeeland Township is southwest of Grand Rapids.

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