A stretch of freeway close to Lincoln, Calif., exterior Sacramento, needed to be shut down briefly Tuesday evening when dozens of goats flooded the roadway, an area information outlet reported.

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Sheriff’s deputies, police, the California Freeway Patrol and Caltrans personnel responded to State Route 65 round eight p.m. and had been ultimately in a position to herd the goats off the highway with the assistance of a herding canine, Sacramento’s KXTV-TV reported.

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The goats, which had been getting used to trim grass close to the freeway, apparently escaped by way of a damaged gate.

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Sadly, 5 of the goats had been hit and killed by automobiles earlier than police arrived, KXTV reported.

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There have been no reported accidents, and it was unclear if the property proprietor might be cited.

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