NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 24, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Grand Rapids: Anne Thompson) The increasing problems on the road caused by deer examined; statistics cited; scenes shown from the road. [Motorist Rob SGRO - says a deer hit his car.] [Michigan Department of Transportation Gary NAEYAERT - says many crashes are caused by deer.] [Dennis JACKO - says he has picked up several deer a day.] [Animal Protection Institute Dena JONES - opposes culling deer in the wild.] [Body shop manager Ken BUHRMANN - says deer accidents affect insurance rates.]
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