Ten people were killed on South Carolina roads over the weekend, according to the South Carolina Department of Public Safety (SCDPS).
Of the 10 people killed, four were not wearing a seat belt; one was wearing a seat belt; one was a motorcyclist; one a bicyclist; and three were pedestrians, according to SCDPS.
Of the 241 motor vehicle occupants who have died in 2014, 119 were not wearing seat belts.
This year, 339 people have died on S.C. highways compared to 344 this time last year, according to SCDPS.
Forty of those killed this year were pedestrians, 34 were motorcyclists and five were bicyclists.