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New study looks at health impacts of wildlife collisions

A crash with wildlife could mean more than a damaged hood.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with UNBC researcher Amy von der Gonna about a new study on the health impacts of moose and deer car collisions.

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For more information and to take part in the survey, visit Health Impacts of Moose and Deer Vehicle Collisions Research Group.

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