A bull that escaped from a livestock auction and was on the run for several days in MA has died.
A bull that had been on the loose since he escaped a Littleton livestock auction early last week was shot and killed by police last night, ending nearly a week on a lam during which he almost caused a vehicle crash and started a small social media following.
For the next few days it was seen wandering around Littleton, Groton and Ayer.
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The bull turned up in Littleton again around 5:30 p.m. Sunday, on Great Road near Janes Drive, according to a statement from police.
Police did not say if both shots struck the bull.
"If a motor vehicle were to strike the animal, it could cause serious injuries to the occupants", police wrote. When the animal began to roam back toward Great Road, however, the sergeant fired two shots at the bull. "Littleton Police and the bull's owner acted out of concern for people in the neighborhood and drivers in the area".