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US Buck crashes into hospital, then is struck and killed by car

12:55  12 november  2019
12:55  12 november  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

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A white-tailed buck standing in a meadow in the Cades Cove section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park© Getty A white-tailed buck standing in a meadow in the Cades Cove section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Three patients at an outpatient clinic at Tennova Healthcare-North Knoxville Medical Center in Powell were evaluated for minor injuries and released after the deer smashed through a double-paned window and ran around in a panic about 10 a.m., said Officer Roy Smith of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.

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The six-point buck ran into a double-pane window just before 10 a.m According to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, the buck was struck and killed by a vehicle Micheal Smith, the driver who’s car got struck by the deer, said he didn’t know the animal went through the hospital moments

The buck, assessed at six points for the number of tines on its antlers, clattered out through a different window, the wildlife agency said in a statement. In what the agency called a coincidence, the buck was then struck and killed by a car driven by Smith's brother.

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Ann Metz, a spokeswoman for the hospital, told NBC affiliate WBIR of Knoxville that the waiting room was cleaned up and that the window was boarded until a replacement can be installed. The wildlife agency said only that the buck was given to an unidentified third party.

The wildlife agency said it's breeding season for white-tailed deer, "causing them to cross into urban areas and sometimes ending up in unusual places."

"When rutting bucks see their reflection in glass or mirrors, they will often ram what perceive as a potential competitor," it said.

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