Deer Wander Into Department Store
CORALVILLE, Iowa, (UPI) — Workers at an Iowa department store said a trio of deer strolled into the shop through its automatic front doors.
Employees at the Kohl’s store in Coralville said the deer wandered in through the automatic doors around 9 a.m. Monday and about 30 workers were needed to guide the animals out of the store, KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, reported Tuesday.
A worker said two of the deer left the way they came, but the third exited through the back of the store.
No injuries were reported.
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