Thirteen Killed in Memorial Day Weekend Crashes in PA
Thirteen people were killed and 311 others were injured in the 817 crashes investigated by the Pennsylvania State Police during the four-day Memorial Day holiday weekend driving period.
This total does not include crashes investigated by local police. Nine of those who died were not wearing a seatbelt. The official holiday driving period was May 25 through May 28. During that time, troopers cited 1,129 individuals for not wearing seat belts and issued citations to 113 for not securing children in safety seats.
Troopers also issued 9,202 speeding citations and arrested 404 operators for driving under the influence. Of the 817 crashes investigated by State Police, 66 of those crashes, including three of the fatal crashes, were alcohol-related.
During last year’s four-day Memorial Day holiday driving period, 13 people died and 294 others were injured in 808 crashes to which state troopers responded.
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