Deer On Seasonal Collision Course With Vehicles

 Wednesday, June 10, 2015

 Trib Live

Jim Hatch has spent the past 16 years driving trucks across the country. He has lost count of the number of deer he has struck along the way. “I’ve hit a lot of deer, and there’s not much you can do about it,” said Hatch, 52, of West View. If a driver stops or tries to swerve, he said, “you could kill someone.” Of the seasons when deer become a problem for Pennsylvania drivers, one is reaching its peak. Vehicle collisions with deer spike twice a year, said Jeannine Fleegle, a deer biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
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