At least five people died on South Carolina roads this past weekend.
Those killed include two motorcyclists and one pedestrian.
In the other two incidents where seat belts were available in vehicles, the state Department of Public Safety tells us one victim was using them, one was not.
Meanwhile, a motorcyclist died Monday morning when he crashed along I-26 in Columbia in rush-hour traffic.
Richland County Coroner Gary Watts says 35-year-old Damion Larrabee of West Columbia was riding near the Bush River Road exit about 7 a.m. when the wreck occurred.
Watts says Larrabee was not wearing a helmet and died at the scene.
These latest deaths bring pedestrian fatalities in our state to 57 so far this year, and motorcyclist deaths to 87.