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Female shopper rushed to hospital after being trampled by wild DEER which fled through busy town centre


The deer, circled, was captured on CCTV walking through a pedestrianised area of Chelmsford High Street

A woman was rushed to hospital with facial injuries after she was hit by a wild deer on a busy city centre shopping street.
The victim, 24, was given first aid for 'facial lacerations and a black eye' after the wild beast leapt over her on Chelmsford High Street in Essex.
She was taken to Chelmsford's Broomfield Hospital where she was treated for 'a minor head injury' and later discharged.

What the..? Shoppers in Chelmsford look on in disbelief as a wild deer tears through the high street

Sales shoppers were stunned to see the adult male deer galloping through the built-up area, where it was caught on CCTV.
Drivers later reported sightings of the deer near near junction 18 of the A12 heading towards Colchester.
Police imposed rolling blocks as a precaution, but no further sightings of the deer were made.

Chaos: A woman was taken to hospital with 'facial lacerations and a black eye' after being trampled by the frightened animal outside Superdrug

Witnesses reported seeing a young woman lying in a pool of blood for around 40 minutes after the incident as paramedics attended to her.
Joanna Tyzack, 22, from Chelmsford, said: 'I came out of Superdrug and saw a deer out of the corner of my eye.
'I thought I was seeing things as it ran into the corner of the high street - it must have been scared of the crowds.
'The next thing I saw was it running off down the high street and a young woman lying on the floor in a pool of blood. She looked in quite a lot of pain.'

Scared: The 4ft-tall red deer sprang into the high street on Sunday afternoon before dashing from the Stone Bridge across to New London Road, after which it disappeared

Ryan Knight, 21, who appears in the bottom-left corner of the CCTV footage flanked by two friends, has struggled to convince colleagues of what he saw before the CCTV footage was released today.
He said: 'I saw it shoot past us at speed and only just swerve past a bus. It came from the park and just sprinted up the road into the high street.
'When I got back to work I told everybody what I had seen but no one would believe me. People have been winding me up at work saying "Did you see another deer today?"

source: dailymail