Fourteen were killed on Georgia roadways over the Labor Day holiday weekend, according to Georgia State Patrol.
That number is slightly up from last year, when 13 traffic fatalities were reported.
The Georgia State Patrol this year investigated a total of 443 traffic accidents, which resulted in 10 deaths and 226 injuries. Fatalities were investigated by GSP posts in Cartersville, Blue Ridge, Athens, Manchester, Madison, Dublin, Albany (2), Tifton, and Waycross.
Additionally, Cobb Co. Police and DeKalb Co. Police reported one fatal accident each and two were reported by Roswell Police, according to the Georgia Department of Public Safety's website.
The Labor Day weekend travel period started at 6 p.m. on Friday and ended at midnight on Monday.