Every State Trooper on patrol Thursday for deadliest day
ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota State Patrol is increasing trooper presence on highways on June 30, which is historically the deadliest day on Minnesota roads.
In an effort to curb traffic fatalities, the State Patrol is putting every state trooper (almost 600 troopers) and commercial vehicle inspector on patrol for one day called Maroon Day.
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