Bull charges

No charges will be laid in December 30 bull escape.

The animal, which was slated to be butchered, had escaped from Lethbridge Meat and Seafood and was on the run.
Before police arrived at the scene, the bull was contained and killed by one of the employees, because the abattoir’s staff members were concerned about public safety.
The employee used a rifle and shot the bull multiple times.
Following the police investigation it was determined that the animal was dispatched safely given the circumstances.

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