Cows run wild in Bolivia in what mayor calls “a danger to life”

by News Update

More than a dozen cows ran wild in Santa Cruz, Bolivia on June 9, leaving at least four people injured, according to reports.

A total of 17 cows were successfully captured some hours after they began running through the city, according to Bolivian media.

Santa Cruz Mayor Jhonny Fernandez called the cows “a danger to life” during a press conference.

“There have been people who have been injured. This is a danger to life, and for commuters and everyone who is in the center of the city at this time. You can see these animals are not at ease and can attack anyone,” he said/

The original source of the running Bolivian cows remains unknown.

No deaths have been reported.

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6 comments

Neon Wave June 11, 2021 - 3:41 AM

A lot of steak will be produced.

Casserole 01 June 11, 2021 - 3:42 AM

Payback from the cows

Bruce Aitken June 11, 2021 - 3:42 AM

Vancouver Coastal Heath slandered my name in file, and has had me blacklisted for bringing up questions about my past medical treatment. I haven't been able to get my heart medication for over three years now and I am progressively getting worse. All the advocates here are funded by VCH and thus refuse to help me. I do have documents. Please send help.

Valarmorgolis June 11, 2021 - 3:56 AM

First the Elephants now the cows. I think mankind is facing a revolution.

Mark June 11, 2021 - 3:59 AM

Just looking at those cows makes me hungry.

kanank13 June 11, 2021 - 4:01 AM

This is how the indigenous people were treated by the spaniards. Please don't treat cows or any animals by tying their legs. It is very cruel. I understand that they are hungry and angry. But that is not the reason to treat them in inhumane way.