Traffic crashes across Georgia during the Memorial Day holiday travel period resulted in 8 traffic deaths.  The 78-hour holiday period began Fri., May 25, at 6 p.m. and ended Monday at 11:59 p.m.

Statewide, Georgia State Troopers investigated 474 traffic crashes that resulted in 268 injuries.  Troopers also investigated 4 fatal crashes. The fatal crashes occurred in Fulton, Wayne, and Chatam counties.  Local agencies reporting traffic deaths during the holiday period were: Cherokee Co. S/O, Cobb Co. PD, Columbus PD, and Thomaston PD.

In addition to crash investigations, State Troopers arrested 300 people for driving under the influence. persuasive essay thesis statement powerpoint watch business letter writing exercises attention grabber for research paper hamlet revenge essay prendre du viagra a 30 ans sample of descriptive essay about a place viagra monetta help desk resume sample for mta jobs follow site essay about technology of computer go here help with technology literature review source url research paper about computers source url enter side effects forum viagra follow site writing cause and effect essay pay for freelance writers m.ed thesis topics related to education in hindi priligy paypal swanmore college show my homework eco friendly environment essay prednisone and exercise follow Memorial Day Holiday Traffic Count

6 p.m. Fri., May 25 – 11:59 p.m. Mon., May 28

78-Hour Holiday Period

Total Fatalities Reported in Georgia
Fatalities Investigated by GSP Troopers 3
Fatalities Investigated by Local Agencies 5
Total Fatalities Statewide for Holiday Period 8


GSP Troops Agencies Reporting Fatalities Total


Troop A Cherokee Co. S/O 1
Troop B
Troop C CIU; Cobb Co. PD (2) 3
Troop D Thomaston PD; Columbus PD 2
Troop E
Troop F
Troop G
Troop H
Troop I GSP Brunswick; GSP Rincon 2