MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — More people chose to grab a sober ride this St. Patrick’s Day.

Tuesday marked the lowest DWI arrests on the holiday in six years, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.

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Preliminarily, 94 people were arrested for drunk driving. That’s compared to 106 preliminary arrests last year, which was a Monday. The highest DWI arrest total came on a Saturday in 2012 – 346 arrests.

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“While the numbers are encouraging, one DWI is too many,” the DPS said in a statement. “During the weekend prior to St. Patrick’s Day, law enforcement made 326 DWI arrests, compared to 320 the previous weekend.”

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The DPS added that everyone is encouraged to plan ahead and find a sober ride.