But it is unlikely that the animal had an accident while trying to act like its distant-cousin Rudolph.
This fawn took out the power in the Montana town after it was dropped by a bird that bit of more than it could chew.
Lee Bridges said that shortly after the power went at around 9am, she spotted a bald eagle sitting in the top of her tree.
When a worker from the energy company turned up to investigate the power problems he spotted the fawn dangling from the power line.
I ask him the problem,’ she said. ‘He pointed up at the power line and said, "Well you had a deer with wings on it.”
Mrs Bridges suspects that the eagle dropped its prey and could not retrieve it.
Northwestern Energy removed the deer from the line and restored power after about a half-hour outage.
The lineman who removed the carcass from the power line said he had never seen anything like it. Source