WARNING: Twin Cities Cops Cracking Down On Speeding

Speeding caused more fatalities on Minnesota roads last year than any in the past decade.

That's according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, which has announced a crackdown on speeding will run starting Tuesday through July 21, with over 300 law enforcement agencies across the state taking part.

Last year, 113 people died on Minnesota roads in speed-related crashes, the first time the number has exceeded 100 since 2008, when 125 died in speed-related deaths.

However, there were 455 total fatalities in 2008 compared to 380 in 2018, meaning that a greater proportion of total deaths were caused by speeding last year than a decade ago.

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