South Carolina Department of Public Safety officials said there were five people killed on South Carolina roadways from Nov. 20 to Nov. 22.
Two of the deaths occurred on interstates, while three of the deaths occurred on US routes, SC roads and secondary roads, according to officials. Of those, three were wearing seat belts and two were not wearing seat belts.
As of Nov. 22, 847 people have died on the state’s highways, compared to 716 highway deaths during the same time period in 2014. Of the 563 motor vehicle occupants killed in 2015, 286 were not wearing seat belts.
Officials said 102 pedestrians have died compared to 92 in 2014, 121 motorcyclists have died compared to 83 in 2014 and 13 bicyclists have died compared to 13 in 2014.