Anyone who reads The Tribune record book on a regular basis knows that deer are out and about these days. Many are running head first in front of, and in some cases into, the motoring public.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is urging Hoosiers to take care while traveling the highways and byways of rural Indiana this fall.
The autumn and winter months of October, November and December comprise the peak period for deer-car collisions in Indiana, and local drivers, insurance agents and body repair shops can back up that contention. November is considered the worst of all.
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