The Department of Public Safety has released statistics on traffic fatalities in June.
Officials say 55 people died in June of 2014. That's down compared to 57 in June of 2013.
Nine motorcyclists and three pedestrians were killed.
Three of the fatality crashes involved alcohol. Most victims were male with about a 2 to 1 ratio to females. Almost all of the victims were Oklahoma residents. Most of those who died were age 21-30.
Oklahoma County had the most fatality crashes, with Tulsa, McCurtain, Custer and Pushmataha rounding out the list.
More than half of those who died were not wearing seat belts.
Seven days out of the month were free from fatalities.