Trespassing Deer Slides Through the Halls of a Middle School
A deer found it's way into a Virginia middle school but couldn't find it's footing in the hallway.
A deer entered a Virginia Middle School and couldn’t find its footing around the halls.
The deer slipped and slid across the freshly clean floors of J.T. Henley Middle School outside Charlottesville last week.
Phil Giaramita, strategic communications officer for Albemarle County Public Schools, told INSIDE EDITION via email that “the deer came through a window in the front of the school, suggesting it may have seen its reflection in the glass and thought there was another deer present.”
The deer was spotted by a staff member of the school and ushered out the front door.
According to Giaramita: “There is a wooded area near the school and it is not uncommon for a wild animal to be on grounds. This is the first incident, however, of this nature.”
The deer is said to be safe following the incident.
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