Minnesota to use $788,000 in grants to promote traffic safety
MOORHEAD - "Toward Zero Deaths" is the name Minnesota public safety officials are calling their campaign to reduce traffic fatalities.
The campaign got a boost from $788,156 in grants to reduce traffic death in northwest Minnesota, which recorded 588 deaths over the past decade, officials said Monday.
In their campaign to reduce traffic deaths, safety officials are targeting drunken driving, distracted driving, speeding and driving without seat belts.
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