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Wildlife Crossings Can Prevent Collisions

January 15th, 2024 by WCBC Radio

West Virginia ranks number one in the nation for vehicle collisions with wildlife. The West Virginia Department of Transportation says through November of 2023, nearly 11-thousand deer as well as 15 bears. National Wildlife Federation spokesperson Jeremy Romero says federal infrastructure law allocates 350-million dollars to states over five years for construction of wildlife crossings like underpasses, or overpasses with fencing …