Oh dear! Deer crashes into trailer, then out without injury

Nov 5 2013 - 4:17pm

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This photo released by the Garfield County Sheriff shows the front of a woman's travel trailer that a three-point buck crashed through on Sunday Nov. 3, 2013 on U.S. Route 89 in Garfield County, Utah. Authorities in Garfield County say they were stunned after the three-point buck crashed through the front of the trailer and later leaped out with no apparent injuries. 
(AP Photo/Garfield County Sheriff)
This Nov. 3, 2013 photo released by the Garfield County Sheriff shows a buck that crashed into and through a woman's travel trailer on Sunday Nov. 3, 2013 on U.S. Route 89 in Garfield County, Utah. Authorities in Garfield County say they were stunned after the three-point buck crashed through the front of the trailer and later leaped out with no apparent injuries. 
(AP Photo/Garfield County Sheriff)
This photo released by the Garfield County Sheriff shows the front of a woman's travel trailer that a three-point buck crashed through on Sunday Nov. 3, 2013 on U.S. Route 89 in Garfield County, Utah. Authorities in Garfield County say they were stunned after the three-point buck crashed through the front of the trailer and later leaped out with no apparent injuries. 
(AP Photo/Garfield County Sheriff)
This Nov. 3, 2013 photo released by the Garfield County Sheriff shows a buck that crashed into and through a woman's travel trailer on Sunday Nov. 3, 2013 on U.S. Route 89 in Garfield County, Utah. Authorities in Garfield County say they were stunned after the three-point buck crashed through the front of the trailer and later leaped out with no apparent injuries. 
(AP Photo/Garfield County Sheriff)

PANGUITCH -- Authorities in Garfield County say they were stunned after a three-point buck crashed through the front of a woman's travel trailer and later leaped out with no apparent injuries.

Garfield County deputies say they got a call about 3 p.m. Sunday from a woman who said she'd hit something on U.S. Route 89.

Conservation officer Micah Evans responded and found a hole the size of a 50-gallon drum on the front of the trailer, but no blood.

Officials say Evans opened the door of the trailer and found a deer that appeared to be fine inside.

Evans pulled out his camera to snap a picture, but the flash startled the animal and sent it jumping out the vehicle.

Deputies say the buck then leaped over a fence and pranced away.

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