Department of Public Safety release fatality report for June 2014.
This year, 55 fatalities were reported in June, which is two less from the same month last year.
Nine motorcyclists and three pedestrians were killed in crashes during the month.
Oklahomans made up 48 of the 55 fatality victims and 39 were male.
Ten of the fatality victims were under the age of 20, but the group that led the fatality count were between the age of 21 and 30.
Oklahoma County had the most fatalities in the state, followed by Tulsa, McCurtain, Custer and Pushmataha counties.
DPS officials reported that 53 percent of those who were killed in collisions were not wearing seat belts.