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Car-deer crashes on decline over last decade

Wisconsin has an issue with deer and car crashes through out the state and although it seems to be a consistent problem, there has been a slight decrease in the past decade.

In 2000, there were 139,510 total crashes that were reported. Out of the total, 20,468 were deer-vehicle accidents. In 2010, the number of deer-vehicle crashes was decreased to 16,921.

But this may have to do with the total of number of crashes declining to 108,282 in 2010. Some feel that the high gasoline prices and the recession has caused the number of drivers to decrease in the state, which has in turn lowered the number of accidents.

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