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Deer hunters this weekend will have more options in Season A. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Driving trends: N.D. ranks seventh for odds of hitting a deer; Minn. 10th

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This shouldn't come as a big surprise, but North Dakota and Minnesota rank among the worst 10 states in the country for deer-vehicle collisions, according to a new report from State Farm Insurance Co.

In North Dakota, which ranks seventh, there's a 1-in-91 chance of hitting a deer with a vehicle in the next 12 months. Minnesota, where motorists have a 1-in-100 chance of hitting a deer, weighed in at No. 10, the report said.

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