A group called the Michigan Deer Crash Coalition (I couldn't make that name up) reports that every eight minutes a car and a deer collide in the home state of the Big 3. The group's tally suggests the bill for all these accidents could be as high as $130 million. And worst of all, October is mating season for Bambi and friends. That means the almost 2 million deer in the state will be more…uh active. But this is serious business. There were 11 human fatalities in 2003 as a result of deer accidents. Police suggest drivers not try to swerve to avoid a deer, thus leading to more danger for the human. Instead, stay in your lane, hit the brakes hard, hold onto the wheel and hit the deer. You may get a bashed and bloodied fender but at least you're alive. Bambi on the other hand…
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