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Stray bull halts Cali traffic for more than an hour


A stray bull wandered a California highway on Wednesday evening, disrupting traffic for more than an hour. 

The incident happened on August 11th at around 7:35 p.m. near Rancho Cucamonga, California. 

According to ABC 7 News, the bull was reportedly wandering along the northbound 15 Freeway near the Base Line and Foothill exits. California Highway Patrol responded to the call and blocked traffic as the bull grazed along the grassy shoulder before eventually wandering back onto the roadway. 

CHP cruisers then escorted the loose animal by following slowly behind it and eventually boxing it in, allowing them to corral the bull off of the highway and out of the way of traffic. 

Caltrans reported the bull had been “safely recovered …. And fed,” by 8:40 that evening. 

It is still not clear where the bull came from or why he was loose on the freeway. 


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