Minnesota Roadways See No Deadly Crashes On 4th Of July
Early feedback from around the state indicate that there were no deadly crashes for the Fourth of July holiday on Minnesota roads.
According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety data, The Fourth of July is historically the state’s deadliest day of the year on the road. In the last three years, July 4 racked up 15 traffic deaths.
Not all agencies have completed their reports for the Fourth of July travel period, so that figure could change.
There have been 147 traffic deaths to date in 2012, compared to 136 at this time in last year.