According to a Stokes County EMS representative who spoke to the Winston-Salem Journal, Denim Bradshaw was flung off the bull and found on the floor of the arena at an American Legion post in King, North Carolina, suffering a cardiac arrest.
WFMY 2 was informed by a witness that the bull trampled the boy’s chest.
While being attended to by medical personnel in front of the incredulous public, the kid remained unresponsive. Later, he passed away at a hospital.
The family explained how Denim’s love for the activity resulted in the tragic incident on a Fundraising page.
Bradshaw “adventured into the world of bull riding and fell in love,” said a post on the GoFundMe page, which was set up to raise funds for funeral expenses.
“Denim adventured into the world of bull riding and fell in love,” according to the post. “The boots, the cowboy hats, and those big belt buckles ― he loved it all.”
“He got to ride his first bull on January 28th, and his excitement was palpable. None of us could believe that this first ride would cause his death, and we are beyond devastated. Our sweet 14-year-old boy lost his life during what was the most exciting moment of his short life, and we are now lost without him.”
“The boots, the cowboy hats, and those big belt buckles — he loved it all,” the post continued.
Rafter K Rodeo Company, the rodeo’s organiser, extended its condolences.
The business posted on Facebook, “This is a horrible event and words cannot express the pain felt by this loss.
According to WSFA, Denim is survived by his parents and three siblings.
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