North Dakota ranks ninth in deer-car collisions
FARGO -- Charles Anderson was excited about seeing the Bison in the Fargodome for the first time on Saturday, but it was a different animal that had the Minot, N.D., man itching to leave early Friday for Fargo.
Driving in daylight would reduce his chances of hitting a deer, he said.
"You never thought about it 10 years ago," said Anderson, a State Farm Insurance agent. "Now, it's a bigger concern."
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