It was a scary day for residents in the Northwest part of Las Vegas with news that they were 20 bulls loose the northwest Las Vegas.
Fortunately they have now been captured.
The Bulls got loose from a transport vehicle at approximately 4:18 pm today near Jones Boulevard and Washburn Road.
In what sounds like a scene from a movie, the 20 bulls were apparently running down the street causing many residents to panic.
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One woman sustained injuries in the incident, according to Fox 5 News.
Thankfully, all of the bulls have now been rounded up.
Las Vegas has had a number of high profile exotic animals getting loose and roaming the streets.
Buddy and CJ the chimp had escaped causing panic to residents in the Las Vegas area.
Tragically on July 12 of this year Buddy was shot and killed after authorities deemed that he was a danger.
Authorities discovered the living conditions of Buddy and CJ and the owners and caretakers could not offer any valid reasons that they kept the chimps. Many neighbors did not not even know they were living near someone that inadequately housed wild exotic animals.
CJ had escaped yet again one month after that incident and is now fortunately at an animal sanctuary in Oregon.
In August Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins was in the spotlight when his bull got out of it’s pen and charged a 42-year-old woman. A Cow was also on the loose and it took 3 hours to capture the animals and get the situation under control.
Some important information not yet available is, who owns the Bulls, what are the circumstances of them being transported and will they pose future threats to Las Vegas residents?
Police are investigating the incident.