A loose cow was involved in a "cow-llision" with a Tesla late Wednesday after causing chaos in Pleasanton, the local police department said.
The incident, first reported by KRON4, involved a brown cow smashing into a Tesla's windshield, damaging the car and leaving a mess on its hood.
The cow left a brown substance on the front of the vehicle and police were unable to determine whether it was feces or mud.
Police received more than a dozen calls about the cow causing traffic issues along Bernal Avenue and Stanley Boulevard at approximately 5:50 p.m. Wednesday. Officers responded and slowly followed the cow as it ran around the area.
The collision occurred at approximately 6:50 p.m., and neither the cow nor the driver was injured, police said.
Local ranchers from nearby Danville and Livermore later corralled the cow into a trailer by 7 p.m. to return it home, which police believe is in Pleasanton.
Police did not say who the cow's owners are, or how the animal escaped.
"Despite a cow-llision with a sedan, the cow safely returned home. There were no reported injuries," police said on Twitter.
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