Truck driver says deer tossed from highway overpass slammed into windshield

 Monday, December 10, 2012

 Fox News

Police in Virginia are looking for possible suspects after a truck driver said a deer tossed from a highway overpass slammed into his windshield. The deer had a rope tied around its neck as it was thrown off the Buffin Road overpass on I-295 early Friday near Varina, a spokesperson from MCI Express -- a trucking company based in Miami — told CBS 6. “All I know is that when I came up on the bridge it wasn’t hanging there,” the truck driver told the station. “And then I looked up and a deer came over the bridge on a rope swinging at me.” The driver said the rope hit him in the face and he ended up with glass shards in his eyes from the broken windshield.
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