Safety officials contend Minnesota’s trade deaths in 2011 were a state’s lowest annual genocide count given 1944.
Officials on Jun 13 expelled Minnesota’s final trade pile-up news for 2011. It shows 368 deaths on Minnesota roads final year, a lowest annual figure given 1944 when 356 people were killed.
Minnesota available a fourth uninterrupted annual dump in highway fatalities final year. Officials contend smarter, safer pushing is a large reason for a stability dump in highway deaths.
Seat-belt correspondence is during a record high in Minnesota, and drunken-driving crashes have depressed in new years.
But state Public Safety Commissioner Mona Dohman says still too many families and communities have been “torn detached by these preventable tragedies.”
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