NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Oh deer! That’s what students and staff at Hinkle Creek Elementary School were saying when a deer jumped through a window and into their school.
The school was put on lock-down, said Principal Jack Lawrence in an email to parents.
The deer shattered a window and landed in the main hallway around 1 p.m. on Monday. It then pushed its way out the main entrance.
Lawrence said the police were called to make sure the area was secure. Nobody was injured and the lock-down was lifted after a few minutes.
The deer escaped into the woods on the south side of the school.
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