State Patrol plans enforcement saturation on local highways today
ST. CLOUD -- On Tuesday, Oct. 29, members of the Minnesota State Patrol will be out working the road for increased visibility and will be taking enforcement action on offenses most likely to kill people: seatbelts, speed, failure to yield, and inattentive driving (texting, rolling stops, etc.)
Highways designated for increased efforts are Highway 25 in Wright, Sherburne and Benton Countys, Highway 29 in Swift and Pope Counties, and US Highway 71 in Todd, Stearns and Kandiyohi Counties.
The State Patrol reminds motorists to pay attention when driving, obey the speed limit, don’t drink and drive, and wear their seat belts.