BRAILA, Romania (CNN/ANTENA 3 TV) - A police officer in Romania is recovering after he was attacked by a runaway bull.
The animal charged at the officer as he was directing traffic in a busy intersection, knocking him down and hitting him in the chest.
The officer was taken to the hospital and is expected to be OK.
The bull eluded capture for about four hours until it was tranquilized and taken back to the farm where it belonged.
The bull's owner is expected to be fined for negligence.
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