Runaway Mini Horse Causes Traffic Backup On Bethlehem Pike

SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) — A runaway mini horse caused a backup on the Bethlehem Pike in Springfield Township after escaping from its owners, Monday morning.

Springfield Township Police say a pregnant mini horse got out of a residence on Stenton Avenue and walked down Bethlehem Pike, shortly after 9 a.m.

The horse was on the loose for about 15 minutes until officers were able to corral the animal.

She was safely returned to her owners.

Runaway Mini Horse Causes Traffic Backup On Bethlehem Pike

Credit: Springfield Township Police


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