Collisions between cars and animals rise in Texas September 15, 2016 Texas

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Collisions between cars and animals rise in Texas September 15, 2016 Texas, Fort Worth Star Telegram
... State Farm reported 1.25 million crashes involving deer, elk and moose nationwide between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015, including 52,000 such crashes in Texas... nationally more than a third of claims related to animal collisions occur during the fall, and the number of incidents increased 2 percent in 2015 compared to the year before...

According to new data released by State Farm, Texas drivers have an increased likelihood of having an accident with a deer this year. - September 19, 2016

Texas drivers face increased odds of deer collisions September 18, 2016 KTBS
... The odds Texas drivers will hit a deer in the coming year are 1 in 288, which is a lower risk than the rest of the nation, but 3 percent higher than last year...

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