It's that time of year, when deer are more active because of hunting, harvesting, and mating season. With so much activity, the likelihood of a deer-car crash goes up. Ontario County Sheriff Phil Povero says that at the end of the month when we go off Daylight Savings Time, there tends to be more accidents involving deer.
Sheriff Povero says that the deer population is so large, deer can cross anywhere at anytime
Drive carefully in the early morning and late afternoon when it's darker, and slow down if you see a deer on the side of the road. You never know when it could bolt out in front of you and where there's one, there's likely a few more to follow