News copter helps find missing Chisago County yaks

Mary Bronson's three yaks slipped out through an open gate and into a nearby swampy area. She enlisted help from friends to try and find them. They located the three wooly animals only after a KARE 11 news chopper spotted them and hovered while their owners closed in.
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Mary Bronson's three yaks slipped out through an open gate and into a nearby swampy area. She enlisted help from friends to try and find them. They located the three wooly animals only after a KARE 11 news chopper spotted them and hovered while their owners closed in.

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