MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The number of traffic-related deaths this year in Minnesota surpassed 100 this weekend, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.

A single-car crash Saturday in Alexandria took the lives of driver Howard Ogaard and passenger Beverly Palmer, who became the 99th and 100th traffic-related deaths of 2014.

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On Sunday, Leon P. Fiecke became the 101st victim when he was thrown from his SUV after it rolled near Howard Lake,

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The 102nd death of the year occurred Tuesday morning in a head-on crash near Hutchinson.

The DPS says 31 of the 102 motor-vehicle occupant deaths in 2014 involved people who were not wearing seatbelts.

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Click here for more information on the DPS’ website.