I did it unintentionally as a kid ...... shot the doe through the chest and hit the fawn behind it....... I did not even see the fawn at all. When we were field dressing the doe, my younger brother went back to pace off the shot and saw it laying there, apparently stone dead. We did not have another tag, so G'pa told him to toss it in a nearby gully...... little brother grabbed it by a front leg and drug it to the edge of the gully, pushed it over the edge, and it sprang to life when it hit the bottom, running on 3 legs across the road and over the next hill.... G'pa later said he saw it checked in 2 days later at the check station/coffee shop in town- two local guys saw it limping along 1/2 mile from where we last saw it and bagged it.
TheGolden Rule of Tool Use: "If you don't know what you are doing, DON'T."