Herd of goats jam traffic along I-5 in NorCal
TWIN CITIES, Calif. (KABC) -- A herd of goats trying to cross Interstate 5 near Twin Cities caused a major pile up that forced officials to temporarily shut down part of the highway.
Officials said at least 100 goats ran onto the freeway Saturday night causing drivers to swerve and crash.
At least 30 goats were killed. One woman was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment.
At one point, all lanes in both directions were shut down.
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