Clarksville Police responded to a record number of wrecks over the Labor Day weekend.
Public Information Officer Jim Knoll says officers responded to 88 crashes with 16 people sustaining injuries and four were alcohol related.
Police say the volume of crashes occurred sequentially, with most of the wrecks occurring on Friday and Saturday.
Police say the primary causes of the crashes involved failure to use reasonable care, improper backing, following too closely or improperly and failure to yield.
Clarksville Police wants to remind area motorists to always obey traffic laws to avoid being injured in a wreck.