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Topic - Nathan Weaver
"One hit in 50 cars is pretty significant when you consider it might take a turtle 10 minutes to cross the road," he said.
"I've heard of people and from friends who knew people that ran over turtles. But to see it out here like this was a bit shocking," said Mr. Weaver, a 22-year-old senior in Clemson's School of Agricultural, Forest and Environmental Sciences.