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Wade comments on driving during deer season

WadeM-2011.jpgMichael Wade, professor of movement science in Kinesiology, was quoted in a story on NewsWorks, a news site supported by WHYY radio in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania has the fourth-highest rate of collisions between deer and cars in the nation, and as the mating season for deer approaches the chances of accidents are higher. Drivers are encouraged to watch for deer-crossing signs, and Prof. Wade has conducted research on drivers' attention to roadside signs. Read the article here:

http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/health-science/item/28281-mating-season-means-deer-apt-to-dart-into-traffic

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