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Two goats seen walking along Brooklyn subway tracks

August 20, 2018 By Sara Bosworth Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Photo courtesy of New York City transit
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Apparently, it’s not just human New Yorkers that are fed up with subway delays. Earlier this morning, two goats decided to travel along the Brooklyn N train path on foot.

According to NY Daily News, the pair was first spotted by a train operator near the Eighth Ave. station in Sunset Park, who made what must have been a very strange phone call to the Rail Control Center.

Munching grass along the way, the goats turned south, making stops at the Fort Hamilton Parkway station and then the New Utrecht Ave. station before MTA personnel, NYPD cops and animal control workers came to corral them.

In a tweet, NYC Transit subway said: “A new one for us (we think): Two goats are roaming along the N line tracks in Brooklyn. They’re safe and not currently affecting service, but they are on the run.” Southbound trains were rerouted while the goats were rounded up.

Hopefully, their owners won’t be too hard on the escapees. After all — they were just being kids.


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