Trooper OK after deer lands in carOctober 28, 2019
By The Associated Press
BLUFFTON — An Indiana state trooper had an unwanted passenger: A deer crashed through the windshield of a patrol car.
A state police spokesman says Trooper A.J. Repass was "doing well" after the collision early Saturday. But Sgt. Brian Walker on Twitter says Repass' car is "definitely going to need a cleaning."
The crash occurred near Bluffton in Wells County, 25 miles south of Fort Wayne. Walker says drivers need to keep an eye on deer at this time of year.
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