The South Carolina Highway Patrol released its traffic collision statistics for the July 4th holiday weekend from the past 13 years.
The statistics show that an average of 10 people have been killed on South Carolina highways over this holiday weekend each year.
2002 was the deadliest July 4th weekend with 23 people killed in 21 fatal collision wrecks. 2007 was one of the least deadly years, with four people killed in four fatal collisions.
Last year saw 10 people killed in 10 collisions over the July 4 weekend.
You can see all the data Highway Patrol provided in the image above.