Fargo woman completely missing the point behind deer-crossing signs
Everyone, meet Donna. Donna has some problems. Over the last few years, she's been involved in several deer-related car accidents, and with her frustration reaching a tipping point, she decided to call Fargo, N.D., radio station Y94 to voice her complaint on deer-crossing signs. Namely, why are people placing the signs in high-traffic areas?
Donna wonders: Shouldn't we be encouraging deer to cross the road in low-traffic areas rather than on highways? The radio hosts calmly try to explain the actual purpose of the signs, but Donna's not having it. "The government can guide deer to lower traffic areas," she says. We're sure they're working on it, Donna. Thanks for your call.