CONCORD (CBS SF) — Half a dozen cowboys in the East Bay had the unusual task of wrangling a camel Tuesday night in Concord.

A 2,000 pound-plus camel named Rudy escaped his fenced enclosure along Bailey road twice within 24 hours Tuesday, and was hit by a mini-van during the second escape.

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Rudy escaped his enclosure earlier that day around 3 p.m., and police officers were able to return him to his pen.

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For the second escape, it took the cowboys more than two hours to get Rudy corralled, and into the trailer.

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