Three Deer Enjoyed a Mostly Empty Downtown Cleveland This Weekend


  • Robert Strassfeld
Nature is reclaiming space all over the world as humans stay inside and cars stay off the roads.

Downtown Cleveland was graced over the weekend by this trio that was seen gallivanting down Superior Ave., and breaking some jaywalking ordinances in the process, before taking a break to enjoy Fort Huntington Park.

"I assume they were paying their respects to the Jessie Owens memorial: game respects game and speed respects speed," suggested a tipster.

Could be.

They could have also just been killing time before the recycling protest at City Hall.

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