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Three people were killed in Tennessee in crashes involving deer in 2012, and the Tennessee Highway Patrol cautions motorists to be particularly watchful for deer in the fall and winter.
“The chances of striking deer are considerably higher during hunting and mating season, especially in November,” said THP Col. Tracy Trott.
“We want to urge drivers to be aware and cautious in areas where deer are populated, and most importantly, slow down,” he added.
The likelihood of deer-related crashes increases in October through December, Troutt said.
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