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October 12, 2018 - 11:00 PM

PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) — It’s October and deer will soon be on the move, if they are not already.

Deer often prance across the street without looking both ways and sometimes stop in the middle of the road with the dreaded “deer in the headlights” expression, resulting in the age old question, “Am I going to hit a deer or is the deer going to hit me?”

Kansas Highway Patrol, along with the Kansas Department of Transportation, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism and AAA, have provided what to do if people see a deer or people who are unfortunate and hit a deer.

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