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Deadly Deer #813924

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Dec 17, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Helena, Montana: Rick Sanchez) The increasing danger across the country from deer attacking people featured; scenes shown from sites of deer attacks & of the reporter creeping up on deer; 911 call played. [In California, victims Arnold & Jeannine BLOOM†, game warden Rusty BOCCALEONI††; in Carbondale, Illinois, Bob CARAWAY†; Columbus, Ohio, cab DRIVER, victim sculptor Alfred TIBOR†- describe deer attacks.] Insurance Inst. for Highway Safety statistics on deer-car crashes cited. [Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Dave LOEWEN†- comments on the encroachment into the deer habitat.]

Lin, Carol;
Sanchez, Rick

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