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Lone cow missing three weeks after crash located

The bull was reportedly last sighted in the area of Lexington Road and Grinstead Drive near Le Moo.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The hunt for a missing cow, three weeks after it escaped following an accident on I-64, is one step closer to being over.

According to Louisville Metro Animal Services, the bull had been located sometime Sunday but did not specify where.

However, the bull had been reportedly spotted in an area between Le Moo and Beargrass Creek.

Wranglers who had been in from West Virginia to help lasso the cows are now heading back home.

About ten cows escaped on Oct. 21 after a truck carrying them was hit while sitting in traffic. Six were caught shortly after while four of them roamed around Cherokee Park. Three of them were caught in dramatic fashion near Baxter Avenue in the Highlands a few days later.

Police are urging the public do not attempt to capture it if you happen to spot it, but call police instead.


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