Five people were killed on South Carolina roadways between Friday evening and midnight on Sunday, according to officials with the S.C. Department of Public Safety.
Of the five individuals killed, four were on U.S. routes, S.C. roads and secondary roads while one of them was on an interstate.
In three of the incidents a seat belt was used and in one incident a seat belt was not used. One of the deaths recorded involved a pedestrian being killed.
According to SCDPS, as of Nov. 23, 692 people have died on S.C. highways, which is down compared to the 707 highways deaths recorded for the same time period in 2013. Of the 481 motor vehicle occupants killed in 2014, 229 were not wearing seat belts.
The organization has also reported the lowest amount of motorcycle-related deaths with 78 motorcyclists being killed compared to 120 in 2013. SCDPS has also reported that 88 pedestrians have died compared to 90 in 2013 and 12 bicyclists have died compared to 14 in 2013.