(St. Paul, MN) -- A new report shows crashes involving trucks continue to decline on Minnesota roadways. State Traffic Safety Director Donna Berger says they peaked seven or eight years ago with a high in 2004 of 55-hundred-21 crashes involving bigger trucks. In 2011, that number was down to four-thousand-25. Berger says as a result the number of people injured and killed in truck crashes has also gone down. She reminds drivers to share the roads with big rigs especially as they merge onto freeways.