Baby deer rescued in Germantown dies June 20, 2011

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Baby deer rescued in Germantown dies June 20, 2011 Pennsylvania WJLA

The deer was rescued by a Montgomery County police officer from a parking lot at the Oak Mill apartments, in the 20000 block of Frederick Road. The baby deer, who was lying in a parking lot, had been in the lot for two days. Authorities took the deer to Second Chance Wildlife Center, a non-profit that helps orphaned and ill wildlife before releasing the animals back into the wild.


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