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SPRING LAKE, Mich. — Authorities say a deer crashed through a window of a western Michigan medical office, ran through it and out another window.

The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department says the deer was last seen running across a street Thursday afternoon after leaving Lakeshore Family Care in Spring Lake, about 30 miles northwest of Grand Rapids.

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Medical assistant Marcia Jones tells the Grand Haven Tribune she was preparing to give a 61-year-old woman a flu shot when the deer came crashing through a window. Jones says she left the examining room and the buck followed her out.

Office manager Connie McKellips said the buck paused momentarily, then ran through a small waiting area and out a front window.

Jones said they found its nine-point antlers outside the window.

Nobody was hurt.

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