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(KSL News) -- Summer fun is almost here, but watch out - this season could be deadly.
A national coalition of driving safety advocacy groups says the 101 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the deadliest on the road.
It says there are more fatal crashes involving children and teens in the summer than in any other season.
The coalition is urging everyone to buckle up, avoid speeding and distractions, don't drive when tired and above all -- pay attention.