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State Farm: N.D. drivers see less deer risk

North Dakota saw the biggest decrease in deer-vehicle collisions among 41 states in which such collisions are most likely, according to State Farm insurance's latest survey.

North Dakota saw the biggest decrease in deer-vehicle collisions among 41 states in which such collisions are most likely, according to State Farm insurance's latest survey.

The decline of 24.8 percent meant North Dakota dropped from 10th place a year ago to 17th in the company's rankings. The chance of a North Dakota motorist hitting a deer in the coming year is 1 in 123, the company estimated.

The chance of that nationwide is 1 in 174.

The state with the least chance of a deer-vehicle collision is Hawaii at 1 in 6,787.

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