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JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. - Deputies and animal control officers had to get physical with an agitated cow who somehow made it onto Interstate 70 and blocked traffic.
Eastbound lanes of I-70 were closed for about a half hour after the cow escaped and got onto the roadway, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.
Patrol deputies and animal control officers had to tackle the upset bovine to the ground. After that feat, deputies and CDOT were able to reopen the interstate.
originally posted by: calstorm
a reply to: MagesticEsoteric
I only had one star per post too give out as well.
The poor cow is very lucky indeed, being agitated, she must have clearly must have been guilty of something, therefore must be shot at. I am going to make the assumption that the cops must have wasted all their bullets firing at other people along the way to the call, hence the reason she is still alive.