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Deer Goes Through Bus Windshield In York County Crash, Injuring Driver

 Tuesday, March 15, 2011

 wgal.com

A bus driver in York County was injured when a deer came through the vehicle’s windshield. The crash happened on Monday morning along Route 74 in Warrington Township. A car traveling southbound on Route 74 struck a deer, whirling it into the air and through the windshield of the bus, which was traveling northbound, state police said.
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