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Deer Crashes Through Window At Ontario High School

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  Original Published: 4/10/2013A female deer crashed through the window of a science class at Ontario HighSchool Tuesday evening just before the start of the regular school board meeting. Patrolman Scott Lake, of the Ontario Police Department responded to the scene to help school administrators and staff remove the deer from the school. "We were getting ready for the school board meeting at 7 p.m. when I came down to the board office and superintendent Lisa Carmichael told me she shooeed awaya group of four deer outside the building. One of the deer took off from the group turned toward the biology classrooms and went through the window," Ontario High School principal Chris Smith said. Ptl. Lake said the the deer was contained in the room when he arrived at the school. "We tried our best to keep it as calm as we could until we had everything in place to free the deer. We set up barricades in the hallway and opened up the door to the hallway. We chased the deer out of the room and then it went down the hallway and ran out the front door," Lake said. Ptl. Lake said the deer suffered injuries to her legs. He said the deer ran from the school to Marshall Park. "Most of the damage to the classroom was minimal it's moreof a clean up job.None of the computers or aquariums were damaged," Smith said. Ptl. Lake and principal Smith said they have never seen anything like this before happen at the school. Smith said the classroom was expected to be ready for students Wednesday.
   
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