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October 27, 2011

In Kansas, it's peak mating season for deer-car collisions

At no time are the odds higher for deer-vehicle collisions than for about the next four to six weeks. "It's an annual thing that towards the end of October we start seeing the number of accidents rise," said Mike Miller, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism information chief. "It usually peaks around the 18th to 20th of November, but we'll still have accidents into the end of the month."

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