State No. 2 in deaths from car-animal crashes
Wisconsin has the nation's second-highest number of deaths in vehicle crashes with deer and other animals over the last 15 years.
The Highway Loss Data Institute said 123 people were killed in animal-vehicle mishaps in the Badger State since 1993.
Only Texas had more deaths, with 227.
Last year alone, 223 people died nationally in vehicle-animal crashes.
The institute blames urban sprawl as growing suburbs overtake traditional deer habitat.