The calves reportedly escaped their home in LaPorte County Saturday afternoon and started running south in the northbound lanes of U.S. 35. The herd quickly made it to U.S. 6, where they continued east, according to reports.
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First responders and volunteers were eventually able to round them up and get them back home.
"The calves were successfully secured & reunited with each other following today's big adventure," the LaPorte County Sheriff's Office said in a tweet. "On behalf of the owners, thank you to all the great citizens who assisted deputies earlier today."
Definitely a unique afternoon...— La Porte County Sheriff's Office (@LCSO_PIO) February 7, 2021
The calves were successfully secured & reunited with each other following today’s big adventure.
On behalf of the owners, thank you to all the great citizens who assisted deputies earlier today.#LCSO #deputy #community #neighborly #kindness pic.twitter.com/62Olf7z0Ay