The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says the deadliest 100 days on Minnesota roads is fast approaching.
Memorial Day through Labor Day typically marks the deadliest timeframe on roads across the state, as preliminary numbers show that 121 of the 358 fatalities last year occurred during the 100-day stretch.
So far this year, there have been 109 fatalities on Minnesota roads.
In response to the increased number, State and Local Officials step up extra enforcement during the summer. Law Enforcement is currently in the midst of the Click-it-or-Ticket campaign that runs through June 3.
Later this year, a speed enforcement campaign will take place from July 6 through July 22 and an alcohol-related campaign will run August 17 to September 2.