Preliminary statistics released by Kentucky State Police indicate that six people died in six separate crashes on state roadways from Monday, July 16th through Sunday.
State Police say four of the fatalities involved motorcycle crashes and all four victims not wearing a helmet.
Police say single-fatality crashes occurred in Clark, Fayette, Floyd, Knox, Marion and Marshall Counties and none were reported in Christian, Trigg or Todd Counties.
Through Sunday, preliminary statistics indicate that 414 people have died on Kentucky roadways since January, which is 34 more than what was reported for the same time period last year.
State Police say of the 331 motor vehicle fatalities, 186 victims were not wearing seat belts and of the 47 motorcycle fatalities, 26 were not wearing a helmet.
KSP also reports that thirty-one pedestrians, one bicycle rider and one moped/scooter rider have been killed and a total of 69 fatalities have resulted from crashes involving the suspected use of alcohol.