116 people lost their lives on Minnesota roads during the “100 deadliest days” of summer. That’s according to preliminary numbers from the Department of Public Safety. That number is down slightly from 121 road deaths in 2017 over the same period. Officials say eight of those fatalities were involved distracted driving, 32 involved speeding and 30 were alcohol-related. The 100 deadliest days period covers Memorial Day through Labor Day.
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