Flashing signs needed to warn of elk on local roads
Regarding the story “Vehicles hit elk herd on Highway 74” by Stephanie DeCamp: I too have witnessed three multi-elk collisions, two in the past two months. While no one likes to see these innocent and majestic animals hit on the highway, especially while risking people’s lives in the process, is there a possible quick and cheap solution? During dusk and nighttime hours, provide temporary speed-limit reductions and use of high beams on designated stretches of road.
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