Spike expected in deer vs. car collisions in October and November October 19, 2012 South Carolina

South Carolina Deer and Transportation News Archive 

The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources warns drivers to be aware of roaming deer and the potential for wrecks. According to DNR, 45% of deer-vehicle collisions occur in roughly a 60-day period that corresponds with the deer-breeding season... generally during the months of October and November... The number of collisions has declined since the 1980s ...

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