Wisconsin drivers are the fifth likeliest in the nation to hit a deer. The state moved up from the sixth highest last year in an annual review of claims that drivers file with State Farm Insurance. It says Wisconsin motorists have a one in 72 chance of hitting a deer, elk, or moose. West Virginia drivers have the greatest risk at one in 43. The State Farm survey came out Thursday, less than one week after three women from Germany were killed when their car hit a deer before being rear ended near Sparta — and a motorcyclist in Dodge County died after being hit by a deer and two other vehicles.