Pico Rivera was trending for most of Tuesday night into Wednesday, when a herd of cattle had taken over the streets of one LA neighborhood. Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies and good Samaritans have successfully rounded up a herd of about 20 cattle that escaped from a meatpacking plant in Pico Rivera and went stampeding through a neighborhood. One person is hospitalized after being trampled on Tuesday night, but their condition is unclear. One cow was shot and killed by deputies, though authorities have not said why. Another cow was hit by a car. Deputies were able to corral the cows in a cul-de-sac, and load them into trailers, but three escaped, sending deputies and residents of the neighborhood on a chase for several blocks. The last cow was caught at about 11:30 last night, after more than three hours on the run.
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