BRUNSWICK, Ohio-- Two Brunswick police officers came to the rescue of a deer Saturday morning.
A concerned resident called dispatch to report the deer was stuck in a soccer net near Memorial Elementary. Animal control officers were unavailable so police responded.
The two officers used limb trimmers to pull the net while a resident cut it with a saw. Unfortunately, once the deer was freed, he ran into the other side of the net and was trapped again.
The rescuers were able to cut the deer free a second time.