Drivers hitting wildlife are creating big problems. There are anywhere between 2,000 and 4,000 such collisions every year in the state. The Colorado Department of Transportation is testing a wildlife detection system on Colorado 160 near Durango to warn motorists of the danger. CDOT engineer Mike McVaugh tells Pat Mack the system is cutting down on accidents. [Photo: CDOT]
System Reduces Wildlife Collisions
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