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FRANKTOWN, Colo. – An aggressive deer attacked and gored a man in Franktown in Douglas County on Wednesday evening, officials said. The man was taken to a hospital for treatment and later released. The deer, which was wearing a fluorescent orange dog collar, is believed to have been raised by people, officials said. The man and his wife told Colorado Parks...

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