POWELL – Two Park County highways are ranked among the most dangerous stretches for wildlife collisions in the state.

Area drivers’ odds of an automobile accident involving wildlife are highest between Trout Creek and Wapiti on U.S. Highway 14/16/20. It ranks as one of the top three most dangerous roads in the state per car traveling. And a 17-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 14 between Powell and Cody is classified as one of Wyoming’s most dangerous sections of highway by volume.

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