Watch out for runaway cattle on Route 441 in Lancaster County

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Susquehanna Regional Police are warning motorists to be on the lookout for some free-ranging cattle on Route 441 in East Donegal and Conoy Townships. Police received numerous calls over the weekend for cattle roaming in this area. Reports were received that at least three cows and/or steers were observed on the roadway at various times. It was also reported that the animals were black or dark colored. This stretch of Route 441  has a speed limit of 55 mph. The owner of the cattle is unknown. The cattle could be in the numerous cornfields in the area, much of which has yet to be harvested. Motorists are urged to use caution in the area between Marietta and Bainbridge. Warning signs have also been erected.


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