Mountain lion on the loose in California

- Police in Granada Hills are sent on a chase to retrieve a mountain lion on the loose.

The mountain lion was first spotted on the campus of John F Kennedy high school.

The school was put on lockdown as officials tried to capture the animal.

That proved unsuccessful. The mountain lion jumped a wall and started venturing onto residential property.

That's when animal services hit it with a tranquilizer to slow it down.

The lion fought it for a while, but eventually was subdued and police were able to  capture it safely.

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