RALEIGH, N.C. -- N.C. State Highway Patrol announced Monday that 10 people died from wrecks on North Carolina highways during Thanksgiving weekend.
Troopers say the deaths happened between Wednesday night and Sunday.
According to NCSHP, the 2013 deaths are down from 11 deaths in 2012.
Troopers said the deadly wrecks happened in these areas:
•NC 130 (2.7 miles north of Holden Beach)
•State Road 1322 (.36 miles south of Salemburg)
•State Road 1647 (4.5 miles north of Cherryville)
•NC 273 (1.58 miles south of Belmont)
•NC 279 (3.52 west of Dallas)
•US 70 (8.7 miles east of Beaufort)
•State Road 1103 (4.6 miles northwest of Wilkesboro)
•US 64 (1.6 miles west of Franklin)
•US 117 (In the city limits of Mount Olive)
•NC 41 (6.4 miles east of Lumberton)