Preliminary statistics released by Kentucky State Police indicate that seven people died in six separate crashes on Kentucky roadways from Monday, April 13th through Sunday.
All of the fatalities involved motor vehicles and four victims were not wearing seat belts.
Single fatality wrecks occurred in Bullitt, Hardin, Jefferson, Jessamine and Marion Counties and the crash in Jefferson County involved the suspected use of alcohol.
No fatalities were reported in Christian, Todd or Trigg Counties.
Through April 29th, preliminary statistics indicate that 197 people died on Kentucky roadways, which is 7 fatalities less than what was reported for the same time period last year.
KSP says out of the 197 fatalities, 166 involved motor vehicles and that 99 of those victims were not wearing seat belts and 31 deaths resulted from wrecks involving the suspected use of alcohol.