Homer Police rescue fawn wandering in road


HOMER, N.Y. (WSYR) — The Homer Police Department shared photos of a fawn they rescued on Friday.

The post reads,

“Yesterday officers with the Homer Police Department responded to an animal complaint on South Main St regarding a fawn wandering in the roadway. The officer stopped traffic and the fawn was removed from the roadway by residents. It was left alone in the wooded area of a backyard with hopes that its mother would return but after several hours she did not. Officers contacted a wildlife rehab center, who specializes in caring for fawns and it was transported to the center by a volunteer. Great job to everyone involved.”


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