TULSA, Okla., Jan. 10 (UPI) — The Oklahoma Freeway Patrol stated a stretch of freeway in downtown Tulsa was briefly closed when an overturned semi trailer launched cows onto the street.
The OHP stated a semi pulling a cattle trailer overturned on the northwest nook of the Inside Dispersal Loop on Interstate 244 shortly earlier than 1 p.m. Monday.
The driving force was not injured, however a number of cows have been killed within the crash, police stated.
A number of different cows obtained unfastened from the trailer when it overturned and police stated they believed about 9 of the animals have been wandering the world after the crash.
“Nicely we have got this little space again right here behind us type of pinned up and we have got six or seven cows in there after which we have got two which might be additional into the west by the neighborhoods and we sort of obtained them contained in some areas on the market, so it seems to be like at this level two cows outdoors of this instant space,” OHP Sgt. Bryan Bryden informed KJRH-TV.
The OHP needed to name an emergency service to assist take away the cows from the street.
All the bovines have been reported to have been rounded up by 5:forty five p.m. and the street was reopened.