Two escapes in West Virginia and one in California power emergency products and services to assume at the hoof
3 US towns had been tackling the similar bovine drawback this week, when separate teams of farm animals broke unfastened in their respective chains – a slaughterhouse, a cattle-hauling truck, and a farm with a damaged fence – and brought about a commotion on roads, railways and a sport house.
The escapes had been inconspicuous to start with. On Monday, 3 free farm animals roamed the streets of Bluefield, West Virginia, after escaping thru a damaged fence. Trains needed to be stopped as government attempted to coax the animals off the tracks.