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WYNNE, Ark. — A deer crashed into the Cross County Courthouse in Wynne on Monday, causing a stir before it was safely corralled.
According to KFSM, a Tribune station in Fort Smith, Arkansas, the deer was running outside the courthouse before it slammed into a windowpane.
The impact shattered the glass and sent the deer sliding across an interior floor as it tried to gain footing.
The deer left a trail of blood inside, but was eventually released safely.
Wynne is about 48 miles west of Memphis.