The Wyoming Highway Patrol is urging drivers to watch out for wildlife following a recent wildlife-vehicle collision near Glendo.

The patrol says the crash occurred near mile marker 104 on Interstate 25.

Fortunately, the driver was buckled up and walked away from the crash without any injuries.

According to the Wyoming Game & Fish Department, the state sees roughly 6,000 wildlife-vehicle collisions each year.


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