After 14 years living in the wooded surroundings of Sharon Township, Sue Dietz experienced her first deer collision. It was just after sunset and, aware of the season, she was on the lookout for deer. Suddenly, one appeared on the side of the road, stunned by the headlights, and hesitated. Had it veered right instead of left, she’d have missed it.
It’s a well-worn tale in these parts, where this loyal M&T Auto Body customer joins the ranks of many “if only” motorists who’ve had their own run-ins with wildlife.
The Cleveland Metro School District first grade teacher keeps busy after school with reading, jazzercise and fishing. Now she has a new holiday activity – learning to use her iPad Mini.
Congratulations Sue and thanks to all of you who brought cars or sent others in deer collisions to M&T Auto Body. Be careful on the snow slick roads this holiday season.