The cop, who killed professional rider Mason Lowe on Tuesday night during a Colorado event, will continue to race on the track, an official said.
The cop called Hard Times beat the 25-year-old lover. The old star was on his chest and stamped on his chest. He killed him during the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Chute Out event at the Denver National Western Stock Show] "The cop killed and killed Mason inadvertently," PBR chief Sean Gleason told Denver Post. "… In this particular case, he had no idea that Mason was sucking under him. The cop did not do this with any misunderstandings. "
Although Lowe wore a protective vest, he suffered a "massive chest injury that damaged his heart," a PBR official said.
"Mason was pulled under his bull during the buck The bull's back left leg hit him in the chest," PBR President Sean Gleason told FOX31 Denver. "The material inside is designed to spread the weight In this particular case, Mason has taken a stance that says no vest would likely have helped. "
On Tuesday, it was the first time that Lowe had ridden the Hard Times, according to the Denver Post – Bulls in the competition can weigh up to 2,000 pounds.
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The Bull Riding fans return to the Denver Coliseum on Wednesday night to pay tribute to the 18-year-old Lowe His career as a bull rider lasted seven years.
The National Western Stock Show and the PBR set up a fundraiser to support Lowe's wife and family.
K atherine Lam of Fox News contributed to this report.