Woman Misunderstands Deer Crossing Signs, Calls Radio Station, Wants Them Moved

by Sarah J. Clark

FARGO, N.D. — You know those deer signs you see from time to time? After three accidents involving deer, one North Dakota woman wants them moved.

Under the impression the signs are intended to tell deer where it’s safe to cross, she embarked on a (failed) mission to get the signs moved to lower-traffic areas. She wrote letters, called television stations, but no one seemed to want to hear what she had to say. Finally, she turned to Y94 Playhouse Radio in Fargo. They listened (and laughed) and then posted her call on YouTube.

The caller, named Donna, admitted she struck three deer on three separate occasions “shortly after I saw a deer crossing sign on the highway.”

The caller questioned why Minnesota and North Dakota departments of transportation would allow deer crossings to be on busy roads.

“Why are we encouraging deer to cross at the interstate? I don’t get it. That’s a high- traffic area,” she said. Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to Woman Misunderstands Deer Crossing Signs, Calls Radio Station, Wants Them Moved

  1. Joe Z says:

    I hope the caller was joking. If she was serious, my only conclusion would be that she must be closely related to AOC.

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