March 2, 2015
WHITE HALL, Ark. (AP) - A deer somehow survived being hit by a
car near Little Rock, but that was only the first part of what soon
became a very rough day.
On Tuesday morning in White Hall, the vehicle struck the animal
on U.S. Highway 270.
Assistant Police Chief Richard Wingard says the injured large
doe then charged into the glass doors of a travel plaza, ran about
100 feet through a hallway and crashed through a second set of
glass doors, finding itself outside again.
The deer then ran into traffic on Interstate 530, where it was
hit by a southbound vehicle. Somehow, the deer managed to run
across the median and was hit by a northbound truck.
That proved to be enough for the deer, in Wingard's words, "to
meet its maker."
No one was injured.
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