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Long Island police round up escaped cows
YAPHANK (WABC) -- Police officers on Long Island turned into cowboys overnight Wednesday to help round up some loose cattle.
The cows got out of their pen at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center in Yaphank.
Several drivers called the police after the animals wandered dangerously close to the Long Island Expressway.
Officers used flashlights to deflect the cows and move them back into an enclosure.
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