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SCDPS Reports Six Killed On South Carolina Roadways January 20 To January 22, 2023

Mon, 01/23/2023

COLUMBIA — The South Carolina Department of Public Safety announces a preliminary number of six people killed on South Carolina roadways during the weekend beginning Friday, January 20, at 6:00 p.m. until Sunday, January 22, at 11:59 p.m.

Please note that these numbers are preliminary and are based on fatal collisions compiled by the South Carolina Department of Public Safety as of 11:59 p.m. January 22, 2023. For confirmation on fatality information, please contact the appropriate county coroner’s office.

SOUTH CAROLINA TRAFFIC FATALITIES
JANUARY 1 THROUGH JANUARY 22   

2023*

 

2022*

 

2021*

 

2020

COUNTY NAME

FATALITIES

 

COUNTY NAME

FATALITIES

 

COUNTY NAME

FATALITIES

 

COUNTY NAME

FATALITIES

ABBEVILLE

0

 

ABBEVILLE

0

 

ABBEVILLE

0

 

ABBEVILLE

2

AIKEN

3

 

AIKEN

0

 

AIKEN

0

 

AIKEN

1

ALLENDALE

0

 

ALLENDALE

0

 

ALLENDALE

0

 

ALLENDALE

0

ANDERSON

1

 

ANDERSON

3

 

ANDERSON

1

 

ANDERSON

0

BAMBERG

0

 

BAMBERG

0

 

BAMBERG

0

 

BAMBERG

0

BARNWELL

1

 

BARNWELL

0

 

BARNWELL

0

 

BARNWELL

0

BEAUFORT

2

 

BEAUFORT

1

 

BEAUFORT

1

 

BEAUFORT

3

BERKELEY

3

 

BERKELEY

1

 

BERKELEY

3

 

BERKELEY

3

CALHOUN

1

 

CALHOUN

0

 

CALHOUN

0

 

CALHOUN

0

CHARLESTON

1

 

CHARLESTON

2

 

CHARLESTON

5

 

CHARLESTON

3

CHEROKEE

0

 

CHEROKEE

2

 

CHEROKEE

0

 

CHEROKEE

1

CHESTER

0

 

CHESTER

1

 

CHESTER

1

 

CHESTER

1

CHESTERFIELD

0

 

CHESTERFIELD

0

 

CHESTERFIELD

0

 

CHESTERFIELD

1

CLARENDON

1

 

CLARENDON

1

 

CLARENDON

2

 

CLARENDON

0

COLLETON

0

 

COLLETON

0

 

COLLETON

3

 

COLLETON

1

DARLINGTON

3

 

DARLINGTON

2

 

DARLINGTON

1

 

DARLINGTON

1

DILLON

0

 

DILLON

0

 

DILLON

1

 

DILLON

0

DORCHESTER

0

 

DORCHESTER

1

 

DORCHESTER

0

 

DORCHESTER

1

EDGEFIELD

0

 

EDGEFIELD

2

 

EDGEFIELD

1

 

EDGEFIELD

0

FAIRFIELD

1

 

FAIRFIELD

1

 

FAIRFIELD

0

 

FAIRFIELD

0

FLORENCE

2

 

FLORENCE

3

 

FLORENCE

2

 

FLORENCE

2

GEORGETOWN

0

 

GEORGETOWN

0

 

GEORGETOWN

0

 

GEORGETOWN

1

GREENVILLE

2

 

GREENVILLE

4

 

GREENVILLE

6

 

GREENVILLE

3

GREENWOOD

1

 

GREENWOOD

2

 

GREENWOOD

2

 

GREENWOOD

1

HAMPTON

0

 

HAMPTON

0

 

HAMPTON

0

 

HAMPTON

0

HORRY

3

 

HORRY

3

 

HORRY

3

 

HORRY

3

JASPER

1

 

JASPER

2

 

JASPER

1

 

JASPER

0

KERSHAW

1

 

KERSHAW

1

 

KERSHAW

1

 

KERSHAW

0

LANCASTER

0

 

LANCASTER

1

 

LANCASTER

2

 

LANCASTER

1

LAURENS

1

 

LAURENS

1

 

LAURENS

0

 

LAURENS

1

LEE

0

 

LEE

0

 

LEE

0

 

LEE

0

LEXINGTON

2

 

LEXINGTON

0

 

LEXINGTON

5

 

LEXINGTON

0

MCCORMICK

0

 

MCCORMICK

0

 

MCCORMICK

0

 

MCCORMICK

0

MARION

1

 

MARION

1

 

MARION

2

 

MARION

0

MARLBORO

1

 

MARLBORO

0

 

MARLBORO

0

 

MARLBORO

0

NEWBERRY

0

 

NEWBERRY

0

 

NEWBERRY

1

 

NEWBERRY

0

OCONEE

1

 

OCONEE

2

 

OCONEE

1

 

OCONEE

0

ORANGEBURG

1

 

ORANGEBURG

1

 

ORANGEBURG

4

 

ORANGEBURG

2

PICKENS

0

 

PICKENS

3

 

PICKENS

1

 

PICKENS

0

RICHLAND

2

 

RICHLAND

5

 

RICHLAND

2

 

RICHLAND

3

SALUDA

1

 

SALUDA

0

 

SALUDA

1

 

SALUDA

0

SPARTANBURG

2

 

SPARTANBURG

1

 

SPARTANBURG

4

 

SPARTANBURG

2

SUMTER

0

 

SUMTER

4

 

SUMTER

0

 

SUMTER

0

UNION

1

 

UNION

0

 

UNION

0

 

UNION

0

WILLIAMSBURG

1

 

WILLIAMSBURG

0

 

WILLIAMSBURG

0

 

WILLIAMSBURG

0

YORK

4

 

YORK

3

 

YORK

1

 

YORK

3

TOTAL

45

 

TOTAL

54

 

TOTAL

58

 

TOTAL

40

NOTE: The South Carolina Highway Patrol investigated 42 of the 45 traffic fatalities in 2023.
*2023-2021  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.