WINTERSVILLE, Ohio—A 7-year-old Ohio boy playing a game of backyard football was tackled by a deer.
Brandon Hiles says he encountered the charger — and not the kind from San Diego — when the ball rolled into woods while he was playing with friends Saturday in Wintersville, about 125 miles east of Columbus. The boy says the buck ran at him and flipped him with its horns, leaving bruises and a gash.
A 9-year-old pal, Wyatt Pugh, beat the deer with a stick to make it go away.
Wintersville Police Officer Art Fowler Jr. says there were actually two bucks in the area gearing for a fight, and Brandon was attacked when he inadvertently got between them.—foxnews
Fresno, CA -- A woman in Northern California is recovering from major injuries, after being attacked by a deer, all for trying to protect her great grandson.
The animals usually roam free on this ranch in Placer County, but recently a usually calm buck named "Billy" started charging toward Doris Bower's great-grandson and his mother. Witnesses said Bower stepped out in front of the deer.
The buck rammed his antlers into Bower's leg, severing a main artery.
A ranger showed up and shot and killed the buck before it could do more harm.
Bower underwent surgery and is expected to fully recover.
There was an unexpected guest for a luncheon in a Michigan restaurant on Sunday afternoon. Patrons and workers alike in Livonia, Mich., ran for cover when their diner was invaded by a wayward deer.
The deer crashed through the window, then ran through the dining room before heading out the front door.
He didn't even stay for desert.
All in all, the deer was only in the restaurant for only 10 seconds. Nobody knows where the deer came from, or where it went.
The restaurant was closed for the rest of the day.
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