Alabama state troopers are releasing the final traffic numbers from the long Fourth of July weekend. State troopers say they worked 237 wrecks resulting in 10 fatalities and 123 injuries. Three of the fatalities were in Lowndes County. St. Clair, Coffee, Mobile, Perry, Walker, Monroe and Tuscaloosa counties each had one traffic fatality. According to troopers, one of those killed was a pedestrian and four people were killed on motorcycles. The holiday travel period began at 6 p.m. Thursday and ended at midnight Sunday.