Columbia County breaks record for vehicle-deer collisions

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With more than three weeks left in 2009, Columbia County has set a record for vehicle-deer collisions, Pam Tucker, the county's emergency management director, said today.

Two deer picked up this morning on Mullikin Road and Chalice Circle brought the total for this year to 606, breaking last year’s record of 604, she said.

Roads with a large number of deer pickups, according to Mrs. Tucker, include:

Appling Harlem Highway, Columbia Road, Furys Ferry Road,

Halali Farm Road, Hardy-McManus Road, Harlem Grovetown Road, Hereford Farm Road, Louisville Road, North Belair Road, Ray Owens Road, Tubman Road, Washington Road,

William Few Parkway and Wrightsboro Road.

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Riverman1 12/08/09 - 07:06 pm
I got mine. I hit it right

I got mine. I hit it right between the deer warning devices I had on each side of my front bumper. Now I can hang out with the boys and don't have to lie about never killing a deer.

Ole School
Ole School 12/08/09 - 07:55 pm
give us a longer season , I

give us a longer season , I have killed five

baronvonreich 12/09/09 - 02:41 pm
Hard to believe government

Hard to believe government controls are working......

Doyougetitnow 12/09/09 - 06:11 pm
Keep building subdivisions,

Keep building subdivisions, they'll keep moving. They keep moving, we'll keep hitting them. Same goes for all of the wildlife. Don't complain about a coyote eating your poodle if you built your house on their long time range. We gotta learn to live with them, they're learning to live with us. Apparently the deer are a little slower (and bigger) than the rest.

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