Waldo County Sheriff's deputies responded to two separate vehicle-versus-deer collisions that occurred during the early morning hours.

The first collision occurred Monday, Oct. 21, when a 2014 Chevrolet passenger car collided with a deer on Waterville Road in Waldo at 5:27 a.m. Deputy Jordan Tozier responded to the accident where the driver of the vehicle, 34-year-old Dawn Armstrong of Waldo, told Tozier she was driving west on Waterville Road when a deer crossed in front of her.

Armstrong was unable to avoid colliding with the deer and her vehicle had to be towed due to disabling damage to the front passenger side, according to the accident report. Armstrong did not suffer any injuries as a result of the collision.

Deputies responded to a second accident involving a collision with a deer Wednesday, Oct. 23, when Pandora A. Moyer, 51, of South Thomaston, struck a deer with her 2012 Toyota while driving north on Route 1 in Northport at 4:49 a.m.

The Toyota sustained minor damage in the collision. Moyer did not suffer any injuries, according to the accident report.