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Statewide Traffic Deaths Pass 200 Mark

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.

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‘Deadliest’ Traffic Day Yields No Deaths in Minnesota

There were no reported traffic deaths on what was expected to be the deadliest day of the year on Minnesota roads. The Department of Public Safety reported Thursday that statewide numbers were still being compiled, but preliminary reports indicate no one died on the Fourth of July holiday.

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Minnesota Traffic Deaths in 2011 Lowest Since 1944

Safety officials say Minnesota's traffic deaths in 2011 were the state's lowest annual death count since 1944. Officials on Wednesday released Minnesota's final traffic crash report for 2011.

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State Recorded 1 Traffic Death During Thanksgiving Weekend

This may have been our safest Thanksgiving travel period in our state's history. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says there was only one traffic fatality in the state between 6:00 p.m. Wednesday and midnight Monday.

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Minnesota Hits 200 Traffic Deaths For The Year

Two hundred people have now died on Minnesota roads this year, but the Department of Public Safety says that's actually down from the 244 deaths on the state's roads at this time last year.

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Minnesota Road Deaths Hit 100 For The Year

Minnesota is off to a safer start on the roads this year, compared with the previous two years. So far this year, more than 100 people have been killed in traffic crashes on Minnesota roads.

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Report: 9 Deaths In 7 Days On Minnesota Roads

This has been an especially deadly week on Minnesota roads. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says nine people have died in the last seven days.

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2010 State Traffic Deaths On Par With 2009

At least 410 people were killed on Minnesota roads in 2010. The preliminary records were released today (Monday) from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.

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Minnesota On Pace For Fewest Traffic Deaths Since 1944

After an entire holiday weekend without a traffic death, Minnesota is on pace for an even safer year on the state's roads. 397 people have died in traffic crashes this year. That's less than the 421 traffic deaths last year, which had been the lowest number since 1944.

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