“Ominous” I woke up without going to work and won ‘2.2 billion lottery tickets’

A man in the US thought he wasn’t lucky to hit a deer while driving on his way to work in the morning, but he was lucky to win a $2 million (about 2.2 billion won) lottery that evening. According to ABC broadcasts on the 27th (local time), Anthony Dawer, who lives in Leland, North… Continue reading “Ominous” I woke up without going to work and won ‘2.2 billion lottery tickets’

[Pick] “Don’t let the deer lick your car”… Canadian’exotic’ warning

In Canada, unique warnings have appeared in mountain villages and are attracting attention. On the 22nd, CNN and other foreign media reported that a warning appeared in Jasper, Alberta, Canada, saying, “Don’t let deer lick your car.” Jasper is a small rural village surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, and as of the end of November,… Continue reading [Pick] “Don’t let the deer lick your car”… Canadian’exotic’ warning

West Virginia Again Highly Likely State for Deer-to-Vehicle Collisions | news

PRINCETON – West Virginia wildlife is a year-round traffic hazard, but the chances of vehicles colliding with deer increase in early fall and start roaming more through the countryside and onto the roads . According to an annual study by State Farm, West Virginia is once again the most likely location in the United States… Continue reading West Virginia Again Highly Likely State for Deer-to-Vehicle Collisions | news

Oakland County leads Michigan for car accidents involving deer in 2019

BEVERLY HILLS, Mich. – According to data from the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning, Oakland County leads the state for the number of car accidents involving deer in 2019. Last year, 1,928 vehicle deer accidents were recorded in Oakland County. 55,531 were reported statewide. The total is a 10% increase in accidents in 2019… Continue reading Oakland County leads Michigan for car accidents involving deer in 2019

Hemorrhagic Disease Found in Missouri Deer Population | KOLR

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (WDAF) – The Missouri Department of Conservation reports low levels of hemorrhagic disease in deer statewide. Hemorrhagic disease occurs naturally and spreads in deer through the bite of the native gnat fly and spreads between July and October when the fly is most active. More recently, the disease in deer has been… Continue reading Hemorrhagic Disease Found in Missouri Deer Population | KOLR