8:40 am
Thu November 1, 2012

Hardin County Man Gets In-Your-Face Look at Impact of Deer-Related Accidents

The windshield of Randy Herman's car after part of a deer went through it.
Randy Herman

All throughout rural parts of our listening area, motorists are probably noticing an increased number of dead deer on the side of the road. Deer movement peaks in late October, lasting into December. WKU Public Radio recently met a Hardin County man who got a very up-close look at the impact of Kentucky’s increasing deer-crossings.

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