Cary McCook got out of his friend’s car last Saturday night, got knocked off his feet, and knew it wasn’t a human that struck him.
He had proof on his sleeve of what hit him.
McCook, who lives in Smithers, British Columbia, couldn’t convince anyone of what happened because the incident occurred on April 1.
To get proof, McCook went and got the security footage from the hotel where he was dropped off.
As I was turning my brain couldn’t process what was coming at me and by the time I knew it, [I had] already had gotten hit by ‘Bambi’ that was being chased by a dog,” McCook said in an email interview to Global News.
Turns out, the deer was being chased by a dog that can be seen running around the front of the truck in the video.
He hopes all the attention he’s getting will help jumpstart his hip-hop career as a First Nations artist with his group Reka-NatioN.
It may take getting hit by a deer but we think Cary deserves all the attention he’s getting.
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