2527481 Loose horse rescued from Cardiff road and on the bus
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It was no foaling in order for a horse on the loose on a busy road after rescuers managed to make it to the safety in the bus.
The Animal was walking on the A48 in Cardiff on Thursday evening, to consider what some of the drivers to help.
Harley Stephens, who helped save the horses, said he's happy "trotted" in Cardiff Bus .
It was then on a journey to safety and it was reunited with its owner, according to police.
Ms Stephens said: "It was crazy. I still can't believe".
"I. horseback riding at Cardiff riding school, But I have not yet loaded a horse into a horse box or a trailer, let alone a bus, it was a whole new experience "
you said you and your friend had to go home, when they discovered The Horse in the vicinity of the Central reservation of The Road in The Middle of the "fast-Traffic ". Neither Olivia Ryall The Horse had come to Pony Up a fare on Board the bus
you said it was shaken, and they managed to stop the Traffic and calm The Animal with The Help of a few "beautiful" people And Then the bus stopped.
"The Police came and we were all a bit flummoxed what to do, because we could not get a horse box there In Time ," She Said .
She Said the Cardiff-Bus-driver suggested, putting it on a bus, so they put the handicapped "ramp-down" and "it went quite well".
Accompanied by Mrs. Stephens, The Horse was then admitted to The Hospital , Park-and-Ride bus stop with another passenger sitting in the vicinity.
"He was pretty chill about it," She Said .
someone said, you would help to reunite it with its owner, But not before Ms Stephens said her farewell, took photographs, and had it named after her.
"He had a nice little five minutes on the bus, it was crazy, even the COP said: "I need to take photos, because I think everyone will believe me". ' Olivia Ryall (left) and Harley Stephens discovered The Horse during the travel along the A48
South Wales Police said The Horse was picked up by his owners at around 20:00, recording GMT after a contact through The Local horse warden.
The Force was first called, to tell The Animal on The Road at about 18:30 GMT and tweeted that The Road had been closed, while The Horse was helped.
"A loose horse on the 'mane' A48 Eastern Ave decided it wanted to 'stirrup' a bit of trouble, But risk to fall 'foals' of The Law ," The Force said.
Cardiff Bus to say: "fortunately, the bus is back in his Stall, But waiting for a clean. "
Operations manager Tony Bishop said: "Cardiff Bus worked in partnership with South Wales Police to ensure the safety of both The Horse and other road users.
"Because of the A48 is a busy road, the decision was made to transport the horses to a safe place and wait until the owners come to collect it.
"The Horse , was accompanied by the five-minute trip to the Heide Park and Ride from The Lady who helped to save him, and was shortly after the owner re-unites with his.
"It's an eventful night for all involved and fortunately they had a very happy end. "
animals, bus travel, transport, cardiff, horses