Responders Use Jaws of Life to Free Deer from Fence in Stanhope

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Responders used the Jaws of Life on Tuesday morning, May 28, to free a deer from a fence in Stanhope. According to the New Jersey Herald, police received a call around 9 a.m. about a deer stuck halfway in a fence at the Metro Self-Storage Facility on Route 183.

The Stanhope-Netcong American Legion Ambulance Corps and conservation officers were called to assist police at the scene and the deer was freed in about 10 minutes. The deer reportedly walked away uninjured and the first aid squad fixed the fence back to it's original shape.

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