Minn. Marks 6th Consecutive Super Bowl Weekend Without DWI Traffic Death

Created: 02/03/2014 5:03 PM

Minnesota is marking its sixth consecutive year of no DWI-related traffic deaths during Super Bowl weekend.

According to preliminary data from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, there was one traffic death, but alcohol is not believed to be a factor. On Sunday, they said one person was killed when an SUV collided with a train in Sabin.

The agency said 175 drivers were arrested for DWI during the big game weekend.

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