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Bull's fate sealed after escape from pen

Posted September 24, 2012

South Simcoe Police (SSP) reported they were "forced" to kill a bull that had escaped from the Cookstown stockyard pen yesterday morning.

"The animal was running loose in a field west of Hwy 400 and was running very close to live lanes of the Highway," according to the press release. "South Simcoe Police and OPP officers were able to close off part of the highway to prevent the bull from colliding with south bound traffic. Staff from the stockyards were unable to corral the animal and officers were forced to put the animal down to keep it from causing a serious accident."

It's the second time this month an on-the-loose animal had to be put down. A bison which escaped from a 13th Line farm, was shot by its owner when it couldn't be corralled.

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