Of all the issues that may trigger a traffic jam in Illinois, this was most likely the least anticipated.

A pair of zebras blocked traffic after escaping from a pumpkin patch in Pingree Grove. The duo wandered onto a close-by freeway a number of instances and have been additionally noticed wandering round on close by farmland.

The female and male zebras escaped from a pen at Goebert’s Pumpkin Patch and Apple Orchard.
(Carrie and Jason Shriver)

The female and male zebras escaped from a pen at Goebert’s Pumpkin Patch and Apple Orchard, the Associated Press reviews. The animals have been a part of an indoor zoo exhibit.

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The animals have been noticed by drivers on Route 47 and close to Interstate 90. Local legislation enforcement was ultimately known as to the scene to chase down the animals. Police blocked traffic in the world to stop any vehicles from placing the zebras and inflicting damage to the animals or motorists.

The zebras have been ultimately caught after being chased for about two hours. Zoo and pumpkin patch workers have been in a position to monitor down the animals utilizing all-terrain autos.

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Police had to block traffic for the safety of drivers and the animals.

Police needed to block traffic for the protection of drivers and the animals.
(Carrie and Jason Shriver)

Two native residents, Carrie and Jason Shriver, spoke with Fox News about witnessing the zebras on the free. They defined that they have been driving to Walmart once they noticed one thing working by way of the fields. When they determined to comply with the animals, they rapidly realized they weren’t taking a look at horses.

When the animals lastly crossed the road in entrance of them, they have been in a position to determine them as zebras.

“It was definitely a beautiful sight to see them running freely,” the couple wrote to Fox News. “I’m glad they are safe but feel so sad for them being in captivity. They looked so happy being able to stretch their legs for a bit.”