BREAKING NEWS: Help the orphan fawn!
A Minnesota state representative is asking for the public’s help in saving an orphan deer near the site of a fatal car wreck that killed a teacher and her young daughter.
Duane Quam of Byron shared this photo with the Dodge County Independent of a fawn in the ditch along U.S. Highway 14 on the east end of Claremont where Rachel Harberts and her 8-year-old daughter, Emerson, were killed in early September. Emerson was killed instantly in the crash while her mother died a week later in the hospital.
Quam says the lonely fawn has been at the corner of Highway 14 and County Road 3 since the crash happened on Sept. 8. He said that sometimes a baby animal such as this is a symbol of a child dying.
“It gets to me every time I see it,” Quam told the DCI.
The state representative, who serves Dodge and Olmsted counties, would like some organization to help the deer survive.
Can anyone help the orphan deer?
Contact the Dodge County Independent to let us know if you’re able to help an animal in need during tragic times. Call 507-319-1549 or email email@example.com you have any information in regards to this.