The Georgia State Patrol reports to this point that 11 people have died on Georgia highways over the July Fourth holiday period.
The holiday period started at 6 p.m. Thursday and ended at midnight Sunday.
None of the traffic fatalities are reported to have occurred in northeast Georgia.
Meanwhile, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources is reporting that there were two serious boating incidents over the weekend, neither of which were in northeast Georgia, as of Sunday night.
The DNR reports that as of Sunday night, the agency had cited 36 individuals across the state for Boating Under the Influence.
Final numbers for DNR activity on Georgia’s state waters are expected later today.