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County Police Investigate Car Deer Accidents

November 19, 2012
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  11/20/12  On Saturday, November 17th at approximately 6:07 PM, the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a call of a car verses deer accident in the 11,000 block of Muckshaw Road. Deputy Kerry Brouyette responded to the scene where he was advised from 55 year old Denise L. Thomas of South Bend who was driving a red 2003 Nissan Altima was traveling north bound on Muckshaw Road when a deer ran onto the roadway and was unable to avoid the collision.  The airbag in the vehicle did deploy upon collision although Thomas was wearing a seat belt and sustained no injuries from this accident.

On Sunday, November 18th at 5:38 PM Deputy Brouyette responded to an accident involving a car verses a deer in the 7,000 block of Lilac Road. Upon arriving to the scene 55 year old Michael McMillen the driver of a 2007 White, Buick passenger car advised he was traveling southbound on Lilac Road when a deer ran onto the roadway and into the side of the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle was wearing a seat belt and received no injuries from this accident.

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One Response to “ County Police Investigate Car Deer Accidents ”

  1. Thor on November 20, 2012 at 8:06 am

    The deer overpopulation in the state is getting pretty bad. Just like in WI, where any plants that don’t have thorns…or aren’t poisonous, are being driven to extinction; there are no young maple trees in our woods. There will not be any for the foreseeable future either as it only takes a few deer a single night to destroy all the new growth.

    The DNR should liberalize the categorization of these wild cows as a pestilence and allow their control to the point that they will stay out of residential areas. I almost hit one in downtown Plymouth last week…on Jefferson by the DQ…

    For those who just love to see the wild animals in thier back yards though, they can feel happy that just like in WI the wolves will be coming back in strength and they can go out and pet one soon. This is not Disneyland, they are not cartoon charactres.