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Deer crashes into Parma home
Parma, N.Y. - It was a normal Sunday afternoon, Doug Hill was in his Parma home watching football, his wife, Meg Davis-Hill, was upstairs.
All of a sudden we heard the glass in the front room break, said Hill. [We] didnt know what it was.
Next came thrashing sounds from the office near the broken window along with the click of hooves.
It was a deer.
You could hear him slipping around on the hardwood floors in the office, said Hill. He couldnt get any traction in there and he tried to get out of the back window in the office. He broke all the curtains on that window.
A three-point-buck, Hill estimated was about 100lbs.
Hill quickly shut door of the office trapping the deer.
We walked around the back of the house to look in the window to see where he was, said Hill, as he and his wife waited for the Monroe County Sheriffs Office to arrive. He was standing by the door waiting to get out.
The deer was locked in the room for about 30-minutes.
Then with the help of deputies, Hill blocked off the other pictures windows, the hallway, and opened the office door - forcing the deer to go out the same way he came in.
He ran across the front yard, crossed the road and went on his way, said Hill, as he cleaned up the mess the deer left behind. Looks like a crime scene with glass and blood all over the place, hair, everythings knocked over.
This is payback, said Hill, who is an avid hunter. Payback for a good start to the hunting season.