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Olympic NP's Mules Run Amok in Sequim

The animals broke free from their winter pasture and trotted through town before police helped round them up.

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A herd of 28 mules owned by Olympic National Park broke out of their winter pasture earlier this month and trotted through Sequim, temporarily blocking traffic as police helped round them up. No mules were harmed during the rescue, which took about an hour.