Bull death farmer Thomas Brown suffered multiple injuries

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A farmer died of multiple injuries when he was attacked by a bull on his Norfolk farm.

Thomas Brown, 63, died last Thursday at his farm in Stoke Ferry. The bull was later "humanely destroyed", police said.

Assistant Norfolk coroner David Osborne said a post-mortem examination confirmed Mr Brown had died of "multiple injuries".

The inquest at Norwich Coroners' Court was adjourned.

Police and ambulance crews arrived at about 18:00 GMT following a call from a member of the public, but Mr Brown died at the scene.

An investigation has been carried out by the Health and Safety Executive.

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