Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Tuesday Trivia

Deer-vehicle crashes increase in the fall when mating season and the quest for a more secure habitat have deer on the move.  For more tips about how to avoid deer collisions, please click here.  And test your knowledge on how prevalent these crashes are below. 

1. Which Kansas county had the most deer-vehicle crashes in 2014?
A. Sedgwick County
B. Barton County
C. Riley County
D. Johnson County

The correct answer is Sedgwick County, which had 422.

2. About how many deer-vehicle crashes occur in Kansas each year?
A. 5,000 or less
B. 10,000
C. 20,000
D. 50,000

The correct answer is around 10,000.  Over the last five years, Kansas has averaged about 9,700 deer-vehicle crashes per year.

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