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June 19, 2006

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Ripening Roadkill: Indiana county lets dead deer lie

If you’ll be traveling through Steuben County Indiana any time soon, bring along a clothespin. For almost three months now, the state Department of Natural Resources’ pit--where roadkilled deer had been dumped for the some 17 years--has been closed. Now, with the ripening carcasses of dead deer stinking up the roadways, motorists who had probably never given a thought to roadkill disposal can hardly avoid the issue—at least, not without that clothespin.
http://www.fortwayne.com/mld/fortwayne/news/local/14845575.htm

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