Minnesota officials now say at least four people were killed in traffic accidents over Memorial Day weekend.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says preliminary crash reports indicated two of those killed were not wearing seat belts.
One person who was killed around 5 p.m. Saturday was hit while he was walking on a Hennepin county road with traffic. A vehicle crossed the center line and struck the 49-year-old man.
An 81-year-old woman died in a crash near Little Falls just before 5 p.m. Monday. The State Patrol says she was driving northbound on Highway 10 and tried to make a left turn when she was struck by an oncoming car and killed. She has not been identified.
On Saturday evening, Jessica Parish-Olson, 24, from Waterville died and her two-year-old son was injured when she drove off Highway 112. The boy's injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
Landon Lien, 19, died just after 2 a.m. on Saturday near Alexandria. The State Patrol says the Carlos man and another man were westbound on Interstate 94 when they struck the side of a semi, lost control and rolled over into the median.
So far in 2013, the State Patrol says 112 people have been killed in Minnesota traffic crashes. Last year at this time, 99 people had died.