Two drivers were unhurt when their cars struck deer in early morning incidents Thursday, police said.
In the first incident, an Oswego man was driving east on Route 34 near Heritage Drive at around 4:18 a.m. when his vehicle vehicle struck a deer that was running south across the road, according to police.
The man was unhurt, and the vehicle did not have to be towed from the crash scene, police said.
A second incident — this time at 5:09 a.m. on Route 71 near Douglas Road — resulted in damage to another Oswego driver's front bumper and hood when a deer ran out in front of the car, according to police.
The driver in that incident was also uninjured, police said.