Michael D. Clark reports:
It was show and tell day for crazed deer as a 10-point buck crashed through a classroom window at Kings Junior High School this morning.
No one was hurt but a math teacher and two students in the room at 7:15 a.m. – prior to the start of the class day – were shocked by the aggressive, horned intruder, says Valerie Browning, superintendent of Kings Schools in Warren County.
“It jumped about 4-5 feet up through a window and the two students were able to exit the room while the teacher was barricaded behind his desk for a few seconds until he could get out of the room,” Browning says.
“The deer was trapped in the empty classroom and the county game warden came and the deer was tranquilized and taken away. We moved the students in that class to another room for the day while we repair the window,” she says.
The school, at 5620 Columbia Road, is bordered on the eastern and southern sides by woods.
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