Nov. 10 (UPI) -- Police in Oregon provided a much-needed push for a deer that became stuck between the bars of a metal fence.
Lake Oswego police said officers responded to an animal rescue call this week and discovered a deer had become stuck while trying to squeeze through the bars of a metal fence.
A video of the rescue shows an officer arranging the deer's hand legs and giving it a shove to help it reach the other side.
The deer did not appear to be injured and ran off into the wilderness.
On Wed 11/8, officers were called to the 1800 blk of North Shore Rd for a deer stuck in a fence that couldn't get out, and another deer was standing nearby watching. When they arrived, they found the deer had apparently tried to go through the metal fence and got its hips stuck. pic.twitter.com/TFcvwg87oC— Lake Oswego Police (@LOPolice) November 9, 2023