A one year old doe jumped through the front window of a Cohasset home on Tuesday, May 27, 2014, according to the Patriot Ledger. The young deer crashed through a picture window on Nichols Road in Cohasset, Mass. and suffered from a torn major artery and ligament in its rear leg.
The police managed to the get the deer confined to the bathroom. Blood and damage followed in the deer's wake. Fawn Stevenson, the veterinarian at Crazy Paws Veterinary Hospital, as well as the Environmental Police removed the deer from the home.
The doe was sedated and taken to the hospital where it went in for surgery. Though officials hoped the deer would be released back into the wild soon after surgery, the doe did not make it.
Dr. Stevenson was director of the New England Wildlife Center for three years prior to opening Crazy Paws. The animal hospital cares for small and exotic animals on the South Shore.
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