Twelve more people died in Wisconsin traffic crashes in October than in the same month last year. According to preliminary D-O-T figures, 58 people were killed in state crashes last month, up from 46 in October of last year. The higher death toll came during a month when it was warmer and rainier than normal — and the state’s deer herd was on the move, causing two fatal crashes in Monroe and Dodge counties. For the year as a whole, 506 people died on Wisconsin roads from January through October. That’s 21 more than last year, and 39 more than the average for the past five years.