(WTNH) — Connecticut State Police released their final 2022 Thanksgiving holiday traffic statistics on Monday morning.
Between Wednesday, Nov. 23, and Sunday, Nov. 27 at 11:59 p.m., state police had 6,569 calls for service, assisted 297 motorists, and responded to 444 crashes.
Two of the crashes were classified as “serious” by Connecticut State Police, and three were fatal. In total, four people died as a result of those fatal collisions.
Troopers made 41 DUI arrests and issued 265 citations for speeding.
They also issued 913 infractions for traffic violations, such as not using a seatbelt, unsafe lane changes, following too closely, not moving over, and distracted driving.