'High steaks pursuit': Conn. police, ranchers wrangle cows in middle of road
State troopers shared a pun-filled post showing the 'bovine blockage'
NORTH STONINGTON, Conn. — A group of loose cows clogged up traffic on Route 184 Friday morning — a rare occurrence, but one that led to a job well-done.
According to a tweet from the Connecticut State Police, troopers were dispatched to the road in North Stonington to handle the bovine blockage.
***HIGH STEAKS PURSUIT ON ROUTE 184***— CT State Police (@CT_STATE_POLICE) February 21, 2020
On 2/21/20, Troopers were dispatched to Route 184 in North Stonington for the report of cows impeding traffic. Local ranchers & Troopers were able to get the cows to moooove along the road back to their pasture, preventing an udder disaster. pic.twitter.com/4HGTMaX2Ey
In the pun-packed post, state police explained that local ranchers and troopers “were able to get the cows to moooove along the road back to their pasture, preventing an udder disaster.”
Clearly, all involved did an A-1 job that was a cut above.
- Bizarre Beat