ANYONE WOULD HAVE RUN FOR HIS/HER LIFE AFTER SEEING A SCENE OF MASSACRE AND CARNAGE INSIDE AN ABATTOIR & KNOWING HE/SHE IS THE NEXT
A bull was on the rampage on the streets of New York today after it escaped from a nearby slaughter house.
The animal was videotaped charging down Liberty Avenue in Queens as pedestrians strolled along the sidewalk, unaware that the animal was racing by.
A school bus was seen following the bovine down the street.
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The bull escaped from the slaughter house and was seen running riot around the streets of Queens
The bull ran among the cars and pedestrians as the butchers from the slaughter house tried to catch it
The bull led butchers on a chase through the busy New York streets.
He was then seen roaming around the campus of York College of the City University of New York.
The driver with Vice Towing was standing on the flat of his truck when he saw the animal run towards him.
He got back in the truck, where he took a video on his cell phone.
The driver said: 'We were all screaming. We've seen a few chickens roaming around, but no cow.'
It was even followed down the street by yellow school bus
John Cohen, who was also in the truck, said butchers and the man working behind a nearby Halal cart tried in vain to capture it.
'This thing was charging, spit flying out of its mouth,' he said. 'It was crazy.'
It tried to run into one of the buildings but ended up hitting construction scaffolding that was set up around the building.
Two men, one still wearing a slaughterhouse cover-up, were finally able to wrestle the animal to the ground before any more damage was done.
No injuries were reported.
The incident was not the first time a bull has run through the streets of Queens.
In 1999, one escaped from an illegal rodeo. Police shot it 40 times to bring it down, according to a local report at the time.
In 1998 an escaped bull died after 14 hours of freedom and a 45-minute chase through Queens.