Zebra and Pony Seen Running on Staten Island Streets

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On the Run A zebra and pony were seen running through a Staten Island parking lot this morning. "I was sitting at my desk at about 9:20 when I saw a zebra and pony run back and forth across the street, almost getting hit by a car," Zachary Osher, who took video of the animals, told the Staten Island Advance. "About 30 seconds later, I saw two men in dark black suits carrying lassoes running across the street." The animals were eventually captured and returned to a nearby shelter.

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