PATERSON, N.J. (WKOW) – A cow that fled from a New Jersey
slaughterhouse will be spared and taken to a farm.
Just after 8 p.m. on Tuesday, the black-and-white bovine
ran through the streets of Paterson. Police tried to corral the 750-pound cow
with their cars, but it managed to break loose.
After it got trapped between a fire hydrant and a truck,
animal control officer John De Cando tranquilized the cow. De Cando says the
slaughterhouse owner will take the animal to a farm. No one was injured while
tracking down the cow.
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