Two goats briefly disrupted the N line from mid-morning in New York on Monday, when they were spotted roaming the tracks in Brooklyn.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), which runs the New York Subway, said it had called the police and Animal Control about the goats, which were spotted on the tracks between the Fort Hamilton and New Utrecht stations. Train staff and police managed to corral the white-and-brown runaways on to a closed track before they were tranquilised and captured.
It’s unclear how the goats came to be on the tracks, although there are a number of slaughterhouses in the area that animals have escaped from in the past.
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