Rogue Cow Make NJ Trooper Late for Work

A state trooper in New Jersey faced an unexpected delay on Thursday when  he came across a traffic jam caused by a rogue cow. According to the  AP, Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Flynn was driving to headquarters on Thursday  morning when he discovered the wayward farm animal was slowing down  traffic on Route 29, near the town of Trenton. 

Thankfully, the cow’s  owner arrived and was able to help Flynn get the cow across the highway  and back onto his farm. No stranger to adventurous livestock, Flynn has  previously had to corral horses and goats in the area. 

Source:  AP News