WATCH THIS: NYPD Horses Run Wild In Flatbush After Officer Has Medical Issue; Hatzolah Transports Officer To Hospital

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Two NYPD horses were seen running wild through the streets of Flatbush on Thursday.

It happened when an NYPD Officer had a medical issue at the corner of Quentin Road and East 8th Street.

Flatbush Hatzolah was called to the scene and was treating him, while another officer who was riding a second horse was holding both horses.

Suddenly, something spooked the horses, prompting them both to gallop away at full speed.

After a brief pursuit by NYPD, both horses were apprehended.

The officer was transported by Flatbush Hatzolah to the hospital in stable condition.

(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)


5 COMMENTS

  1. “The officer was transported by Flatbush Hatzolah to the hospital in STABLE condition”.
    Maybe it’s the horses that need putting back into a stable!
    We wish the police officer a speed recovery and, as usual, we are very proud of Hatzola.

  2. Article: “Two NYPD horses were seen running wild through the streets… something spooked the horses, prompting them both to gallop away at full speed.”

    Video: Two horses trotting slowly down the street.

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    Way to over-dramatize this. But I sincerely hope the officer recovers.

  3. What were they doing in Flatbush to begin with?
    You don’t normally see such riot control measures out and about on the streets of Flatbush.
    Is Willhelm DeBlasio plotting some sort of wild crackdown as a revenge for his embarrassment in the courtroom?