A Melbourne funeral home was said to have looked like a “horrific crime scene” Thursday afternoon after a 250-kilogram feral deer crashed into the place and chased a worker into the chapel before “going nuts,” reports said.
The animal was said to have smashed a window before chasing a worker into the building, Managing Director James MacLeod of Tobin Brothers Funerals at Ringwood, Victoria, told ABC News.
MacLeod said that the animal was “going completely nuts” inside the chapel and smashed into furniture and walls, also injuring itself.
“It was bleeding and it’s like a horrific crime scene in here,” he said.
MacLeod mentioned that a funeral was scheduled to be held in the chapel on Thursday night but was relocated due to the damage caused by the rampage.
“The family were understanding but they didn’t quite believe it,” MacLeod said.
The damage has been estimated to be about $80,000 and the chapel has made alternative arrangements for
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First Response Restoration in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has recently announced the launch of their new secondary website. The website is designed to help individuals and businesses find a local company for restoration needs that is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. The company states that they offer around the clock services for customers to meet a number of needs.
“We provide mobile services to those in the area, including the Twin Cities Metro and Central Minnesota,” says Jeff Rudek, the company owner. “Our goal is to ensure that you have access to the restoration services you need around the clock.”
Rudek points out that the company has its own equipment, so they can be ready to go whenever customers have an issue in their home or business. The company strives to be the best Minneapolis water damage specialist and many customers have expressed their appreciation
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