Albino fawn rescued by Trucker Near Sacramento (Reports).

A white fawn was rescued by a truck driver in northern California after the rare animal was found sitting in the middle of the road and almost hit by two trucks.

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The truck driver, who found the albino fawn on Thursday in Woodland, 29 miles northwest of Sacramento, and initially thought the snowy white animal was a lamb, delivered the animal to a rescue center.

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Diane Nicholas at Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue told the Sacramento Bee the 3-week-old fawn’s mother was not located and she is not sure how the deer came to be on the road.

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Nicholas said this is the first time the rescue center had treated an albino.

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“Albinism in deer is not very common so it is not surprising that we have not had one come in before,” the center said in a Facebook post.

The center has named the fawn Spirit, also known as Ms. Brown.

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