BREAKING: Deer injures 3 protesters during New Jersey march

Per the South Brunswick PD:

1/2 The South Brunswick March for Justice drew hundreds of people to the rally and march.

During the march 3 people were injured when a deer ran from the high school property into the marchers. Officers working the event immediately provided medical aid until EMS arrived.

NJ.com reports three people were injured Friday afternoon during a protest march after a deer ran into the crowd, police said.

As the group was walking along Route 522, the animal ran from the high school property and into the marchers, according to a statement from the South Brunswick Police.

Police officers were escorting the marchers and were able to provide aid to the injured people, who included a 69-year-old woman, authorities said.

She suffered a serious head injury and was taken to a local hospital where she remained in intensive care late Friday night, police said.

The other two injured marchers were treated at the scene by local EMS.

The protest, called the South Brunswick March for Justice, drew hundreds of people and was planned by two South Brunswick High School alumni and began at the school on Ridge Road and was scheduled to proceed another three miles.

It was unclear if the protest was stopped following the incident with the deer.