It wasn’t cars causing a traffic problem on Kingsway Saturday evening. It was sheep.
Four sheep escaped from their pens at the Kincardine Fall Fair at Connaught Park around 7:30 p.m. Saturday night. They headed north to the Kingsway subdivision beside the ball diamonds.

After hearing the animals, local residents stepped out their front doors to see the sheep trotting up and down the street.

The four animals were rounded up by Watson Morris and Dave Shewfelt. Shewfelt used his bike to herd the animals into Morris’ trailer. Witnesses reported that the final sheep was particularly tough to corral.
The sheep were returned to the fair, with no man or beast injured.