On Monday the Minnesota Department of Public Safety reported 302 traffic deaths so far in 2018. This is an increase of 17 from 2017. Last year we didn't reach 300 traffic deaths until October 31.

The Star Tribune reports drunken driving was the number one case of traffic deaths, totaling 93 so far this year.

Breaking it down, 29 pedestrians have died this year. 195 have lost their lives in motor vehicles, 58 motorcyclists, six bicyclists and 14 others. The others category covers farm machinery and ATV's.

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