Zebra on the loose in Florida


A Zebra was caught galloping across a field in Hillsborough County Friday after it fled the scene of a vehicle crash.

And it appears this isn't the first time a zebra has escaped from this same owner, whose family runs a traveling circus. "So if anything I've entertained a lot of people for the evening". "But it had stripes, so I thought I was hallucinating", he said, "and then I realized I wasn't, so I got to the edge over here".

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Hillsborough County man Mike Ross captured footage of the zebra galloping around and through his backyard and posted it to Facebook.

Ross said deputies were on the scene within minutes. The animal slammed into the driver's side of a pickup truck as it walked along a road.

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Deputies arrived and helped Fish and Wildlife personnel safely corral the zebra, which is now back home with at least four others.

A driver was taken to a hospital after being involved in a sort of hit-and-run with a zebra on the loose.

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Hillsborough Country Sheriff's office were called to the scene and a helicopter was used to locate the zebra. The animal wreaked havoc across the city before being caught while running through a backyard and returned to its owner.