Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN



Cumberland Mountain State Park Ranger Mark Houston and Nathan Potter, with park maintenance, assist a doe in reaching the shore of the state park lake Monday morning. The doe, a three-legged doe often spotted around the park, had fallen through the ice on the lake. Using a fishing boat, paddles and something to break the ice, Houston and Potter paddled out and found she was struggling to get out. It took 30 minutes to break through the ice and direct the deer back to dry land.

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