A surprise visitor


John Baker, Shelby County Board of Elections board member, had a surprise visitor when he left his house Monday morning to go to the board meeting. A buck, which a tree limb stuck in its antlers, was waiting for him in his driveway. Baker said the deer was so exhausted that he could approach the animal and free it from the branch. After the branch was removed, the deer left the area.

John Baker, Shelby County Board of Elections board member, had a surprise visitor when he left his house Monday morning to go to the board meeting. A buck, which a tree limb stuck in its antlers, was waiting for him in his driveway. Baker said the deer was so exhausted that he could approach the animal and free it from the branch. After the branch was removed, the deer left the area.


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John Baker, Shelby County Board of Elections board member, had a surprise visitor when he left his house Monday morning to go to the board meeting. A buck, which a tree limb stuck in its antlers, was waiting for him in his driveway. Baker said the deer was so exhausted that he could approach the animal and free it from the branch. After the branch was removed, the deer left the area.

John Baker, Shelby County Board of Elections board member, had a surprise visitor when he left his house Monday morning to go to the board meeting. A buck, which a tree limb stuck in its antlers, was waiting for him in his driveway. Baker said the deer was so exhausted that he could approach the animal and free it from the branch. After the branch was removed, the deer left the area.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/08/web1_deer.jpgJohn Baker, Shelby County Board of Elections board member, had a surprise visitor when he left his house Monday morning to go to the board meeting. A buck, which a tree limb stuck in its antlers, was waiting for him in his driveway. Baker said the deer was so exhausted that he could approach the animal and free it from the branch. After the branch was removed, the deer left the area. Courtesy photo