RNJ News Department

First responders rescue deer stuck in fence

PARSIPPANY, NJ (Morris County) – A deer got some help from first responders after it got stuck in a fence Friday afternoon.

Patrol Sergeant E. Kinsey was patrolling the area of Granada Drive when something caught his eye in the fence of a residence, according to a post on the department’s Facebook page.

The officer quickly stopped his patrol vehicle and determined a young deer had become stuck between the fence rails.

Detective Lieutenant K. Lefferts, along with members of the Mount Tabor Volunteer Fire Department, Parsippany Animal Control and Shelter, and Par-Troy EMS responded to assist Sergeant Kinsey free the deer.

After a short time, the deer was freed by the responding personnel with minimal damage to the fence.

The deer was last seen running into woods.

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(Photos Courtesy: Parsippany Police Department)