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f you do hit the deer without getting hurt yourself, stop and take a look at the deer. If it is injured but alive, the kindest thing to do is to put it out of its misery. If you can't bring yourself to do that, go to the next step, which is calling the police to file a report (so your insurance will be happy). In some states, the person who hits a deer is allowed to keep it, so if you're a venison eater, this is worth checking into (I don't advise running over deer for the purpose of eating them - not only is it really, really mean, but it's kind of expensive in car repairs, too).
Originally posted by Kr0n0s
Mechanic, I also noticed the two different versions of her story.
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Originally posted by dollmonster
All the other cars managed to avoid hitting the deer and there's no way this man couldn't have seen them crossing the three lanes to his right. I strongly suspect he hit the deer on purpose, slowing down just enough not cause too much damage, then when nobody was watching, snatched him up for meat!