Bull Still on the Loose on Long Island, 1 Day After Escaping Slaughter


by PEOPLE.com

PEOPLE.com— The animal "busted through a farm fence Tuesday morning and still has not been found," according to the AP

Gothamist—Early Addition: There's An Escaped Bull On The Loose On Long Island. Because the old menstruating-cow-in-a-field trap didn't work, here are your early links: Olympic torch relay semi-canceled, VH1's Surreal Life coming back, border wall for sale, Spanish rat, and more. [ more › ]

the Guardian—Bull on the run: ‘Barney’ eludes capture days after Long Island farm escape. Police in Suffolk county have used a helicopter and night-vision equipment – but have yet to find the 1,500lb animal An escaped bull has eluded capture for several days on Long Island despite searchers employing a helicopter and night-vision equipment along with attempts to lure the roaming animal with grain and a cow. Related: Win for Angelina Jolie as court disqualifies judge in Brad Pitt divorce case Continue reading

FOX 5 New York—Runaway bull is still on the loose in Suffolk County. As of Wednesday morning, a runaway bull is still on the loose in Suffolk County on Long Island after it escaped from a slaughterhouse in Manorville.