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 Wednesday, February 29, 2012

A deer crashed through the glass door of a convenience store on Sunday, hitting a young girl. Eleven-year-old Samantha Irons and her younger brother, Sebastian, were leaving the BP convenience store on Harbins Road in Dacula Sunday afternoon when the deer charged through the door and into Samantha. “Sebastian sees a deer out of the corner of his eye,” Samantha said. “So, I just ran to the other door, and I didn’t feel her coming, so I was like, ‘Watch out,’” Sebastian said.

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