NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Connecticut State Police responded to thousands of calls for service over Memorial Day weekend, resulting in dozens of DUI arrests and hundreds of car accidents.

Between Friday at midnight and ending at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, state police responded to 5,880 calls for service, assisting 476 drivers.

There were 273 car accidents, which resulted in 32 injuries — with two serious injuries in Middlefield and Windsor Locks.

One person died in a Greenwich crash, two people died in a wrong-way crash in Middlebury, and one man died in a two-car crash in Brooklyn.

While 36 people were arrested for driving under the influence, state police issued 518 citations for speeding, 208 seatbelt citations, and 576 citations relating to hazardous moving violations like unsafe lane changes or following too closely.