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SCDPS Reports Seven Killed On South Carolina Roadways November 4 To November 6, 2022

Mon, 11/07/2022

COLUMBIA — The South Carolina Department of Public Safety announces a preliminary number of seven people killed on South Carolina roadways during the weekend beginning Friday, November 4, at 6:00 p.m. until Sunday, November 6, at 11:59 p.m.

Additional data, including year-to-date totals, can be obtained on the South Carolina Daily Traffic Fatality Count page: https://fatality-count-scdps.hub.arcgis.com/.

Below represents preliminary numbers by county and are based on fatal collisions compiled by the South Carolina Department of Public Safety as of 11:59 p.m. November 6, 2022. For confirmation on fatality information, please contact the appropriate county coroner’s office.

SOUTH CAROLINA TRAFFIC FATALITIES
JANUARY 1 THROUGH NOVEMBER 6       

2022*

 

2021*

 

2020*

 

2019

COUNTY NAME

FATALITIES

 

COUNTY NAME

FATALITIES

 

COUNTY NAME

FATALITIES

 

COUNTY NAME

FATALITIES

ABBEVILLE

5

 

ABBEVILLE

4

 

ABBEVILLE

5

 

ABBEVILLE

1

AIKEN

24

 

AIKEN

34

 

AIKEN

25

 

AIKEN

27

ALLENDALE

2

 

ALLENDALE

1

 

ALLENDALE

5

 

ALLENDALE

2

ANDERSON

38

 

ANDERSON

43

 

ANDERSON

39

 

ANDERSON

32

BAMBERG

1

 

BAMBERG

2

 

BAMBERG

3

 

BAMBERG

0

BARNWELL

1

 

BARNWELL

6

 

BARNWELL

3

 

BARNWELL

2

BEAUFORT

16

 

BEAUFORT

23

 

BEAUFORT

18

 

BEAUFORT

14

BERKELEY

37

 

BERKELEY

30

 

BERKELEY

57

 

BERKELEY

28

CALHOUN

3

 

CALHOUN

8

 

CALHOUN

4

 

CALHOUN

2

CHARLESTON

54

 

CHARLESTON

66

 

CHARLESTON

61

 

CHARLESTON

66

CHEROKEE

12

 

CHEROKEE

22

 

CHEROKEE

8

 

CHEROKEE

13

CHESTER

18

 

CHESTER

14

 

CHESTER

11

 

CHESTER

8

CHESTERFIELD

13

 

CHESTERFIELD

7

 

CHESTERFIELD

11

 

CHESTERFIELD

13

CLARENDON

15

 

CLARENDON

10

 

CLARENDON

8

 

CLARENDON

11

COLLETON

21

 

COLLETON

17

 

COLLETON

31

 

COLLETON

11

DARLINGTON

15

 

DARLINGTON

18

 

DARLINGTON

10

 

DARLINGTON

22

DILLON

10

 

DILLON

14

 

DILLON

13

 

DILLON

7

DORCHESTER

17

 

DORCHESTER

24

 

DORCHESTER

21

 

DORCHESTER

16

EDGEFIELD

6

 

EDGEFIELD

2

 

EDGEFIELD

7

 

EDGEFIELD

3

FAIRFIELD

6

 

FAIRFIELD

8

 

FAIRFIELD

12

 

FAIRFIELD

8

FLORENCE

35

 

FLORENCE

32

 

FLORENCE

28

 

FLORENCE

25

GEORGETOWN

15

 

GEORGETOWN

11

 

GEORGETOWN

10

 

GEORGETOWN

7

GREENVILLE

80

 

GREENVILLE

76

 

GREENVILLE

70

 

GREENVILLE

62

GREENWOOD

11

 

GREENWOOD

10

 

GREENWOOD

19

 

GREENWOOD

6

HAMPTON

9

 

HAMPTON

8

 

HAMPTON

13

 

HAMPTON

7

HORRY

60

 

HORRY

63

 

HORRY

55

 

HORRY

69

JASPER

18

 

JASPER

18

 

JASPER

13

 

JASPER

16

KERSHAW

15

 

KERSHAW

17

 

KERSHAW

15

 

KERSHAW

13

LANCASTER

13

 

LANCASTER

17

 

LANCASTER

15

 

LANCASTER

17

LAURENS

21

 

LAURENS

16

 

LAURENS

17

 

LAURENS

17

LEE

8

 

LEE

4

 

LEE

5

 

LEE

3

LEXINGTON

34

 

LEXINGTON

49

 

LEXINGTON

38

 

LEXINGTON

44

MCCORMICK

2

 

MCCORMICK

2

 

MCCORMICK

1

 

MCCORMICK

4

MARION

3

 

MARION

8

 

MARION

8

 

MARION

9

MARLBORO

10

 

MARLBORO

11

 

MARLBORO

13

 

MARLBORO

9

NEWBERRY

9

 

NEWBERRY

12

 

NEWBERRY

11

 

NEWBERRY

8

OCONEE

14

 

OCONEE

8

 

OCONEE

12

 

OCONEE

16

ORANGEBURG

40

 

ORANGEBURG

41

 

ORANGEBURG

30

 

ORANGEBURG

35

PICKENS

14

 

PICKENS

27

 

PICKENS

15

 

PICKENS

13

RICHLAND

59

 

RICHLAND

60

 

RICHLAND

45

 

RICHLAND

40

SALUDA

2

 

SALUDA

6

 

SALUDA

5

 

SALUDA

2

SPARTANBURG

48

 

SPARTANBURG

69

 

SPARTANBURG

50

 

SPARTANBURG

57

SUMTER

26

 

SUMTER

30

 

SUMTER

21

 

SUMTER

21

UNION

6

 

UNION

6

 

UNION

5

 

UNION

6

WILLIAMSBURG

8

 

WILLIAMSBURG

13

 

WILLIAMSBURG

11

 

WILLIAMSBURG

9

YORK

23

 

YORK

38

 

YORK

29

 

YORK

45

TOTAL

897

 

TOTAL

1005

 

TOTAL

906

 

TOTAL

846

NOTE: The South Carolina Highway Patrol investigated 743 of the 897  traffic fatalities in 2022.
*2022-2020  Figures are Preliminary


The South Carolina Department of Public Safety includes the Highway Patrol, State Transport Police, Bureau of Protective Services, Office of Highway Safety and Justice Programs, and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame. Our mission is to ensure public safety by protecting and serving the people of South Carolina and its visitors.