The 100 deadliest days on Minnesota roads continue after the 4th of July holiday weekend. Extra law enforcement is on the lookout for speeders and impaired drivers through the rest of this month.

“We see people that are more willing to take risks, more people are out and about in the summer weather, but we want to make sure that you’re focusing on job number one when you’re behind the wheel and that’s driving safely.”

Lt. Gordon Shank says he wants people to have fun this summer, but he wants them to do it responsibly.