Hitting a deer is one of the biggest fears that I have as a driver. I have yet to hear a story of anyone not totaling their car after a deer accident. Thankfully, I have lived in Central Illinois long enough to know where the deer are hiding on my primary driving routes. There are some nights that is very obvious that they are out, which makes it easy to be cautious.
The general rule I've been told is if you see one deer, look for a second as many deer travel in pairs. What no one warned me about was looking out for bucks with does and does with fawns. Regardless, while out driving I've have seen upwards of 6 deer traveling together, which prompts me now to come to complete stop, turn my brights on so I can spot the whole group, and honk to scare them away from the road. My car is not the nicest but I in no way want it to get ruined.
Apparantly in Fargo, a woman does not take the same precautions that I do when it comes to deer. I can only imagine that there are even more deer there than here. So she should always be on the look out. Three car wrecks related to deer later she is worried that the deer crossing signs are not placed in the right spots on interstates and other roads. Go ahead and have a listen to this radio interview from Y94 in Fargo.
She is clearly confused about life as a whole as she did not notice the radio team laughing at her on air. The deer crossing sign is a warning that deer will be crossing when ever they feel like it. It is not sign symbolizing that this is a deer cross walk were they have all the right in the world cross the street. She needs to have her license removed for the safety of all other drivers in Fargo.