MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota police are asking drivers to make a resolution to be safer on the road in 2018.

Preliminary numbers show 380 people died in traffic incidents last year.

Of those, the Department of Public Safety considers many preventable — 27 of those deaths were related to a distraction behind the wheel, and 100 involved speeding.

The Department of Public Safety said 90 people who died were not wearing their seat belts.

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