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On This Stretch Of Highway, You Do Not Hit The Deer. The Deer Hits You

MAY 28, 2017  —  By Sarah Jewel  
Sarah Jewel

Sarah Jewel

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in the land of beautiful winters.

Growing up in the northeast, I was intimately familiar with the terror deer can cause motorists.

From a young age, I knew that drivers had to keep their eyes peeled for any animals that would jump out into the road, and deer were enemy #1. No one wants to accidentally kill an animal, but hitting a deer could also completely total your car. The skittish woodland creatures are totally harmless, but on the road they're basically brick walls.

Even though hitting a deer in a car is dangerous and devastating, imagine having even less protection. When a group of motorcyclists saw their friend completely wipe out, it took them a few seconds to realize just what had hit him.

Watch as an enormous buck comes out of nowhere and somehow manages to jump over the rest of the drivers.


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Thankfully, it seems like no one was hurt in this hit-and-run. Yikes!

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