Deer Versus Vehicle Crashes Rise in Ohio

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Car deer collisions in Ohio rose last year, injuring 800 people and killing four. Lorain county tops the list of deer-car collisions with nearly 600. Peak mating season has begun and continues through year's end, meaning deer are on the move now. Please, drive carefully. 

Guests: 

Patrick O’Donnell, Deer Crash Survivor, Education Reporter, The Plain Dealer  
Mary Bonelli,  Sr. VP of Public Information,  Ohio Insurance Institute  
Geoff Westerfield, Assistant Wildlife Management Supervisor, Ohio Division of Wildlife 
Sgt. Anthony Pearcy, Public Information Officer, Ohio State Highway Patrol  

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