No Bull, Cows Escape High School and Hang Out on Pulaski Road

MOUNT GREENWOOD — A pair of cows went for a walk outside their pasture at their Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences on Tuesday night.

The cows were spotted just after 8 p.m. on 115th Street — about 30 yards east of Pulaski Road, said William Hook, principal of the school at 3857 W. 111th St. in Mount Greenwood.

A police officer was directing traffic around the animals as Hook approached the 1,400-pound beef cows with Christopher Neary, a program director at the magnet high school.

"We had just wrapped up freshman and sophomore orientation," Hook said.

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