Zoo animals killed in Colorado hailstorm
A hailstorm in Colorado left fourteen people injured and at least two animals dead at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, local station KOAA reports.
Videos and pictures of the storm show softball size hail that not only injured people but also left 300 cars stranded after breaking windows and causing dents.
Buses were sent to the zoo to help evacuate the more than 3,000 guests. The Colorado Springs Fire Department said five people at the zoo were transported to the hospital with unknown injuries.
The animals that killed were a caped vulture and a muscovy duck.
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The zoo closed down while they assess the damage done to its buildings and animal habitats.