Minnesota reached 100 road fatalities over the weekend according to data from the Minnesota Department of Traffic Safety.
According to the report, the 100 fatalities include 83 motor vehicle occupants, five motorcyclists, eleven pedestrians and one bicyclist. The state reported 100 deaths in 2017 on May 15.
Recent deaths on Minnesota Roads include a 56-year old motorcyclist who rear-ended a vehicle that was slowing down in Chisago County and a woman and her 5-year old were killed in Aitkin County after spinning out on a wet road.
Of the 100 deaths, 31 were related to speed, 31 due to unbelted motorists and 28 were alcohol related.
Law Enforcement will conduct a seat belt enforcement campaign May 21 until June 3.