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PmDavis300

did anyone just see that deer on kare 11?

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deer got stuck on the ice and couldnt get off, a local man tied a rope to her and drug her off, it was coughcutecough

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That was great. What a guy! It was like a romantic comedy...

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there was a story on channel 9 i think a couple weeks ago,where a fawn was stuck on the ice and some guy in a helicopter got low enough and the wind from the bladez pushed the fawn to shore

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I like the ending try and try again made me laugh. but the guy did do a good dead by helping the deer of the ice.

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I turned the news on just at that part when they were showing him pulling it off. I didn't catch what lake it was at though.

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I turned the news on just at that part when they were showing him pulling it off. I didn't catch what lake it was at though.

Lake Zumbro. (Southern MN)

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Glad to see that some really do care about the outdoors. Plus what a story he has to tell and he's got video proof. Pretty hard to dispute that.

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It's a good story. Nice to see there are those out there that will do that.

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