Animals committed mass escape from the nursery in the U.S.. Half is shot

Animals committed mass escape from the nursery in the U.S..  Half is shot

From the territory of a private farm in the town of Zeynsvil (Ohio) 48 escaped wild animals. According to the police, among them were lions, wolves, tigers, grizzly bears, giraffes and camels. First raised the alarm the locals when they saw on the road wandering predators.

Employees of law enforcement have suggested that these animals escaped from the zoo in one of the nearby farms. Upon arrival, police found a confirmation of his suspicions. They found open-air cages and host body reserve Terry Thompson. What was the cause of his death is unknown, but shortly before his death, he was released from prison, where he was serving a sentence for illegal possession of weapons, "Interfax"

Do not risk becoming, the police began to shoot all the animals that could pose a danger to people. Among them were the wolves and bears. Local residents are strongly advised not to leave the house, and a few schools have canceled classes.

To help law enforcement experts arrived from Columbus Zoo. They plan to neutralize the remaining animals with tranquilizer bullets, and return them back to the kennels.

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