Deer: Breaking and Entering in Chatham Ontario
Mary McIntosh was upstairs, with her daughter, in her home Friday afternoon when she heard glass breaking. McIntosh ran downstairs to a surprising site, a deer in her living room and another one in the dining room. McIntosh and her daughter ran out of the house through the front door. The deer trapped inside continued trying to escape and sustained many injuries. Damage to the home was in excess of $25,000.
A neighbor walking his dog heard the commotion, and ran inside to open the back door. The deer went running out. They continued frantically trying to escape, first jumping into a pool, climbing out and then jumping the backyard fences.
From Chatham Daily News:
"Police said the deer were safely put down before they suffered any more harm to themselves."
When Mike McIntosh arrived home he said the home looked like a scene out of Scarface. Service Master was called in to clean the house afterwards. They are usually called to clean up after trauma scenes, and have never seen anything like this from deer.