JAMAICA, Queens -- A loose bull led police and other officials on a wild chase through the New York City borough of Queens Tuesday.
The chase started just before 11 a.m., and officials quickly cornered it in a backyard on Marsden Street in Jamaica.
Police officers were clearing the block in the event the bull escaped again. They managed to sedate the bull using darts -- but then it broke free again.
It went on a run through the neighborhood, with police following it and trying to corner it.
Watch video of the bull chasing after people here:
Finally, more than an hour later, police cornered the bull again and sedated it. It is now captured.
It escaped from a slaughterhouse, officials said, and police were trying to get workers to come to the scene to capture it.