Last Friday, Colorado Governor Jared Polis visited Larimer County 'to see the impacts of the fires.' Polis also met with officials at Loveland's Incident Command Center to discuss Colorado's response to the Cameron Peak and East Troublesome Fires.

And, at some point during the day, Polis' truck met with some wildlife.

No, it wasn't a Ram Truck... it was a Suburban, but it kind of became one. Kevin Beaty tweeted a photo of Polis' vehicle with a large dent in the driver's side, which was reportedly made by a bighorn sheep.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife shared the photo as a reminder that 'ewe never know when you might get rammed.' Fortunately, the governor and the sheep are in better shape than the driver-side door.

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