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Colorado agencies creating strategies for reducing highway animal deaths

from The Aspen Times

The amount of wildlife hit and killed by motorists in Colorado has grown by nearly 50 percent in the past four years, and two state agencies are now streamlining efforts to reduce these deadly collisions. Nearly 7,000 wild animals were cut down by passing trucks and cars in 2016, according to roadkill survey data from the Colorado Department of Transportation, resulting in two human fatalities and almost 400 injuries. more


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