Monday, August 10, 2009

W. Virginia counties where drivers are three times more likely to hit deer have hunting that is why!

"In West Virginia, deer collisions have been on the rise for the last two years. Erie notes that in 2007, claims increased 11 percent. Apparently, in Wirt, Pleasants, Calhoun and Pocahontas Counties, drivers are three times more likely to hit a deer than in other parts of West Virginia."

Insurance Company Issues Report on Deer-Vehicle Collisions in West Virginia

"Crashes with deer can occur any time across West Virginia, but appear to be more likely in October, November and December, in both the mating and hunting seasons, especially when the animals are being flushed out by hordes of hunters, Bailey said.
“And deer season is just around the corner,” she added.

W.Va. has highest deer-vehicle collision rate


Deer Vehicle Accidents has more then DOUBLED in state with most hunters! UPDATE

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