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He took one shot. And now two deer are free.

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  • Rescue team saves trapped deer from a frozen lake

    A Colorado fire rescue saved a stranded deer trapped in a frozen lake during training for ice rescues. The West Metro Fire Rescue received a call to save the deer who was too tired to move.