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Wild Animals Escape In Ohio

About 48 wild animals including Bengal tigers, grizzly bears, and wolves escaped from an Ohio man's 46-acre farm. Muskingum County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputies arrived on-scene to shoot and kill the animals. Watch Sheriff Matt Lutz's media briefing about the incident.

October 19, 2011

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Kevin Bradford @ 10/20/2011 8:18 AM

What an experience! Sheriff Lutz and his Deputies as well as all the Law enforcement Officers and Civillian helpers (especially Jack Hannah with his support) should be commended on the way they have done their best to protect their communities. Very impressed! God Bless you all in this very trying time. We all pray for your safety and strength!

Sgt. Kevin Bradford, Sedgwick County, KS Sheriff's Department

Chief Joel Brumlik @ 10/20/2011 1:20 PM

Outstanding reaction and decision by the Sheriff and his department to protect the citizens of his county above all else. One person being attacked, inured or killed would be unacceptable. Excellent press conference, this Sheriff knows how to do it. Who ever brought in Jack Hana should be promoted. Brilliant. Great training for all law enforcement agencies in handling a disaster.

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