OLD CITY —
A cow has been captured in a Philadelphia parking storage after escaping a church nativity scene for a second time. The cow was corralled earlier on I-ninety five in Northern Liberties.
The cow, nicknamed “Stormy,” made her method out of Previous First Reformed United Church of Christ in Previous Metropolis round 6:20 a.m. Thursday, walked down Race Road and onto 4th Road.
The pastor of the church tried his greatest to cease the cow, however to no avail. The cow then made her strategy to the higher degree of a parking storage at 4th and Arch streets the place he was ultimately cornered.
Earlier, the cow, whose identify switched forwards and backwards between ‘Stormy’ and ‘Storming’ through the course of the morning, was seen strolling on I-ninety five southbound close to Callowhill Road round 2:15 a.m.
Pictures from ABC11’s sister-station WPVI confirmed Philadelphia and Pennsylvania state police strolling the cow off of the freeway.
At one level, police boxed her in with their cruisers.
Reverend Michael Caine of the Previous Metropolis church tells 6abc the nativity scene has been a part of the church since 1973.
After police corralled the cow on I-ninety five, they returned her again to the church protected and sound, the place she remained till it escaped once more.
“Stormy” is as soon as once more again on the church.