Holiday Traffic Fatalities

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

 

8 people died in traffic related accidents in Alabama over the extended Fourth of July weekend. State troopers report the deadly crashes in Butler, Calhoun, Cherokee, Hale, Jackson, Perry, Pickens and St. Clair counties.  The holiday travel period began at midnight Friday and wrapped up at midnight Monday. During last year’s Fourth of July travel period, troopers recorded just 5 deaths on the highways, but they note that this year’s holiday period was a day longer.

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