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Statewide Traffic Deaths Pass 200 Mark

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UNDATED – Traffic deaths in Minnesota have passed the 200 mark for the year.

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says there has been 205 people killed on Minnesota roads.  That’s on pace with the 204 deaths at this same time last year.

In our tri-county area, there have been four traffic deaths in Sherburne County, and three each in Stearns and Benton Counties.

This year’s 205 deaths include four bicyclists, 29 motorcyclists, and 18 pedestrians.

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