I'm just watching Animal 24:7 on the beeb and they are dealing with a deer strike incident.
Interesting that the people that had hit the deer called 'Mrs Tiggywinkles' rescue centre rather than RSPCA/Police - while they brought in the roe doe that had been struck, there was a fallow and a roe buck also brought in in separate incidents.
The buck died, and in the end the roe doe had to be put down as it had broken its back.
More interestingly, the fallow (looked like a young one as it was still 'spotty') just had a wound to the rear leg, and it was noted in the programme that this type of injury was seen a lot - where the deer jump over fences and get the leg caught in the top wires.
I guess I shouldn't be surprised that people call rescue centres when they see an injured wild animal - we'd all like to see an injured animal allowed to return to health where its possible - but I was kind of surprised that they'd call a rescue centre in a deer strike incident.