Cows corralled back to Yaphank farm after escaping

Police responded to a bovine breakout in Suffolk County last night.News 12 Long Island was told the animals got out of the Suffolk County Farm

YAPHANK - Police responded to a bovine breakout in Suffolk County last night.

News 12 Long Island was told the animals got out of the Suffolk County Farm in Yaphank last night. The animals got dangerously close to the LIE service road.

Cops were able to use flashlights to get the cows back to their pens.

No one was injured.

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