CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- If you're driving on Westchester roads, watch out for deer.
The NYS Police and Thruway Authority issued their twice-yearly "antler alert" for Westchester County.
Police say deer become more active and are more frequently present along the roadside in May and June. Most deer-vehicle collisions on the Thruway occur May through June and October through November, according to the Thruway Authority and the State Police Troop T.
There were 2,000 deer-vehicle incidents along the Thruway in 2012.
Read the entire antler alert here.
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