BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. (CNN/VWing News) - You might say "holy cow" when you see what caused a traffic nightmare in Brevard County, Fla.
A group of cows from a nearby farm got loose on Tuesday and decided to mosey along the highway, right in the middle of rush hour.
Officials from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Agricultural and Marine Unit had to swoop in and round up the four-legged jaywalkers.
A man who owns a nearby ranch says he thinks someone cut a hole in his fence, which allowed the cows to get free.
Luckily, no one was hurt.
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Police will be meeting with prosecutors in the "near future" to determine what charges a person of interest will face in connection with Tuesday's shooting in West Carrollton, officials there announced.
Firefighters were called to an east Dayton home Friday morning.
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