Most Deer-related Crashes in Ohio Happen This Time of Year
Here's how to avoid them
As Ohio continues into its peak time for deer-related crashes, state officials are reminding drivers to be cautious on the road.
On Sunday, the driver of a silver Honda Accord was driving on Darby Creek Drive in Prairie Township when they stuck a deer. The Franklin County Sheriff's Office said the driver then struck a utility pole at a high rate of speed and crashed through a fence before they were ejected from the vehicle.
The driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
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