Jackson, Miss -The Mississippi Highway Patrol (MHP) concluded the 2022 Memorial Working day Getaway Travel Enforcement Time period Monday at midnight. The enforcement interval started on Friday, Might 27, at 12:01 am.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol issued a whole of 15,263 citations, created 375 arrests for impaired driving, and cited 1,615 motorists for seatbelt violations. MHP also investigated 125 crashes ensuing in 49 accidents with 4 deadly crashes and 4 deaths. The fatal crashes transpired in Stone, Washington, Claiborne, and Yazoo Counties.
In addition, the Mississippi Highway Patrol Motor Provider Division conducted 420 inspections on industrial motor motor vehicles about the holiday getaway time period.
On Friday, May perhaps 27, 2022, at somewhere around 11:49 pm, the Mississippi Freeway Patrol responded to a fatal crash on Highway 49 in Stone County.
A 2013 Chevrolet Malibu driven by 33-12 months-previous Jacob Anderson of Saucier, MS, traveled north on Highway 49 when it collided with a parked 2010 Peterbilt Semi truck-trailer on the appropriate shoulder.
A 2012 Dodge Charger pushed by 33-yr-old Lashanqua Goodwin of Gulfport, MS, was traveling north on Highway 49 when it collided with the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu. Passengers Marion Rutledge of Wiggins, MS, Kevin Cole of Decatur, GA, and Lenard Harvey of Gulfport, MS, acquired reasonable injuries.
David L. Singletary, 55, of Wiggins, a passenger of the 2013 Chevrolet, obtained lethal injuries from the crash and was pronounced dead at the scene.
This crash continues to be underneath investigation by the Mississippi Freeway Patrol.
On Sunday, May perhaps 29, 2022, at roughly 1:42 pm, the Mississippi Freeway Patrol responded to a lethal crash on Freeway 454 in Washington County.
A 2018 Harley Davidson FLHXS pushed by 46-year-previous Benjamin Crossett of North Little Pulaski, AR, was traveling west on Freeway 454 when the motorbike left the roadway and overturned. Benjamin Crossett received lethal injuries from the crash.
This crash continues to be less than investigation by the Mississippi Highway Patrol.
On Sunday, Might 29, 2022, at about 4:04 pm, the Mississippi Highway Patrol responded to a lethal crash on Freeway 18 in Claiborne County.
A 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer driven by 44-calendar year-outdated Eddrick D. Excellent of Port Gibson, MS, traveled west on Freeway 18 when the car still left the highway and collided with a tree. Eddrick Superior gained fatal injuries from the crash and was pronounced useless on the scene. Mr. Great was not putting on his seatbelt at the time of the crash.
This crash stays underneath investigation by the Mississippi Freeway Patrol.
On Monday, May 30, 2022, at close to 11:45 pm, the Mississippi Highway Patrol responded to a lethal crash on Freeway 16 in Yazoo County.
A 2012 Ford F-150 driven by 19-calendar year-previous Haley A. McCrory of Vicksburg, MS, traveled west on Highway 16. A 2012 Honda Accord pushed by 57-12 months-outdated Tracy A. Anderson traveled east on Highway 16. Both of those vehicles collided head-on. Tracy Anderson gained deadly accidents from the crash and was pronounced lifeless on the scene. Haley McCrory received unfamiliar injuries and was transported to Advantage Wellness in Canton.
Mr. Anderson was wearing his seatbelt at the time of the crash. Ms. McCrory was not putting on her seatbelt at the time of the crash.
This crash remains beneath investigation by the Mississippi Highway Patrol.
Citations – 15,263
Seatbelt and Youngster Restraint – 1,615 DUIs – 375
Crashes – 125 Fatal Crashes – 4 Fatalities – 4
Motorist Support – 109
Citations – 5,734
Seatbelt and Child Restraint – 465 DUIs – 160
Crashes – 104 Deadly Crashes – 3 Fatalities – 3
Motorist Help – 56