Ryanair Plane Hits Deer at Dutch Airport, De Telegraaf Reports

A Ryanair Holdings Plc plane hit a deer at the start of take-off at Eindhoven Airport in the Netherlands yesterday evening, Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf said today, citing an unidentified airport spokesman.

The plane, which carried 168 passengers, was able to continue its flight to Dublin after a three-hour delay, De Telegraaf said. The spokesman was unable to say whether the deer survived the collision, the newspaper said.

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