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State Farm: West Virginia No. 1 in Deer-Car Collisions

October 25, 2007

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. --- State Farm Insurance said its accident data reveal that West Virginia leads all other states in deer-car collisions. In fact, one out of every 57 drivers ends up hitting one. Michigan came in second place. Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Iowa and Arkansas followed.Where are drivers least likely to hit a deer? That would be Hawaii, where the odds are more than one in 16,600.
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