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Woman Calls Radio Station-Worries That Deer Are Mis-Reading Deer Crossing Signs [Video]

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A woman named Donna who had been involved in several deer-car accidents called a local radio station recently to voice her complaints on the placement of deer crossing signs on local roadways. She worried that the deer were being coaxed by the signs into crossing in high traffic areas. Seriously! I didn't know deer can read. Did you? Hear the actual phone call, placed to Donna's local radio station, Y94, in Fargo, North Dakota after the jump.

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