Cow Breaks Free From NJ Slaughterhouse | NBC New York

Cow Breaks Free From NJ Slaughterhouse

The animal was eventually captured



    A cow escaped from a local slaughterhouse in Paterson, N.J., Tuesday evening, causing some chaos as police attempted to capture it. The cow was finally caught in a Paterson street. It was not hurt. (Published Wednesday, April 11, 2012)

    A cow broke loose from a New Jersey slaughterhouse Tuesday evening, sending police on a wild chase through the streets of Paterson.

    UPDATE: Runaway NJ Cow Finds New Home

    Cow Runs Loose in Queens

    [NY] Cow Runs Loose in Queens
    A cow was seen running down Liberty Avenue in Jamaica, Queens on Wednesday. (Published Friday, Aug. 12, 2011)

    The cow got out at about 8 p.m. from the slaughterhouse on River Street. Police and animal control were called to the scene.

    After a brief chase around the streets in Paterson, police finally managed to catch the cow and tranquilize it.

    Rodney White/The Des Moines Register via AP

    The cow was not hurt.

    No charges were filed against the slaughterhouse. 

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