Three new cases of neurological disease found in VA deer

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ROANOKE (WSLS) -Virginia game department officials say they found three new cases of chronic wasting disease in Virginia in white tailed deer during the 2014 hunting season.

One deer in Shenandoah County and another two in Frederick County have tested positive for the neurological disease.

The department says it plans to change the boundary of the current disease containment area for the upcoming hunting season to include Shenandoah, Frederick, Warren and Clarke Counties.