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         Cowboys help round up 100+ cattle that got away from ranch in Winnie-Stowell area

At this point, he says there are fewer than 100 unaccounted for.

 

         61 cattle still missing after escaping in 'freak accident', causing traffic nightmare Wednesday morning

At least 10 wrecks have been reported after 150-200 cattle got loose early Wednesday morning.

 

 

Cowboys help round up 100+ cattle that got away from ranch in Winnie-Stowell area

 

By Kelsey Borza, KFDM (TX)

Nov 6, 2019

 

WINNIE-STOWELL A group of local cowboys stepped up to help David Edwards bring his cattle home to his ranch near Stowell close to Winnie.

 

At this point, he says there are fewer than 100 unaccounted for.

 

The cattle managed to get out of the ranch early Wednesday morning and began roaming on parts of Highway 73, Highway 65 and streets in the Winnie-Stowell area...

 

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https://kfdm.com/news/local/cowboys-help-round-up-100-cattle-that-got-away-from-ranch-in-winnie-stowell-area

 

 

61 cattle still missing after escaping in 'freak accident', causing traffic nightmare Wednesday morning

At least 10 wrecks have been reported after 150-200 cattle got loose early Wednesday morning.

 

Author: Chris Olivo, KIII-TV South Texas

November 6, 2019

 

WINNIE, Texas Officials say they still have 61 more cattle to find after nearly 200 got loose after what's being described as a "freak accident" Wednesday morning.

 

The highways and streets of Winnie and Chambers County looked like the Wild West as volunteers on horseback tried to wrangle cows on major roads and even I-10.

 

Winnie ranch owner David Edwards tells 12News that his cows were spooked around 4 a.m. and ran through a wooden fence. Some cows made it several miles before being caught.

 

Video submitted by 12News viewers showed the cattle roaming streets and backyards before the sun came up Wednesday.

 

Dozens of volunteers as well as Chambers County deputies, Winnie firefighters and Sour Lake police officers have been working since 6 a.m. to round up all of the cattle.

 

Deputies say that at least 10 crashes have been blamed on the cows. There were multiple calls of cows roaming Highways 73 and 124 as well as Interstate 10.

 

DPS says 15-20 cows have been found dead on the roads throughout the area. No injuries to people involved in accidents this morning.

 

A parking lot near the Market Basket and Dairy Queen off Hwy. 124 in Winnie is being used as a staging area for volunteers.

 

Cattleman's Kitchen in Winnie supplied lunch to volunteers...

 

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