Mount Olive police officers rescue deer entangled in pool cover

Police officers in Mount Olive Township rescued a deer that found itself stuck after falling through a pool cover at a local residence.



Officers were dispatched to a home in the Flanders section of the township on Thursday morning to assist in the rescue of the doe .



Police say the homeowner woke up to sounds of the doe struggling to free itself from the pool cover and escape.



Sgt. Carl Mase freed the deer by cutting the pool cover while other officers pulled it from the in-ground pool.



After restring briefly, the deer ran away into the woods.


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