Harrisburg, PA – Members of the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) investigated 460 crashes over the New Year’s holiday enforcement period from Dec. 31, 2019 through Jan. 2, 2020. Of the collisions investigated, 30 involved alcohol, 87 people were injured, and one person was killed in a single fatal crash.

Troopers also arrested 279 people for driving under the influence during the three-day holiday enforcement campaign. The total is a decrease from the 406 DUI arrests made over the holiday period last year, which spanned four days.

In addition to DUI enforcement, troopers issued 6,410 speeding citations, 476 seat belt citations, and 66 child safety seat citations.

Crash and enforcement data by troop is available here. These statistics cover only those incidents investigated by state police and do not include statistics on incidents to which other law enforcement agencies in Pennsylvania responded.

For more information about the Pennsylvania State Police, visit www.psp.pa.gov.

CRASH DATA
​Enforcement Period

  • 2019 – 4 days
  • 2020 – 3 days

Total Crashes

  • 2019 – 642
  • 2020 – 460

Fatal Crashes

  • 2019 – 4
  • 2020 – 1

People Killed

  • 2019 – 4
  • 2020 – 1

People Injured

  • 2019 – 155
  • 2020 – 87

Alcohol-Related Crashes

  • 2019 – 64
  • 2020 – 30

Alcohol-Related Fatal Crashes

  • 2019 – 1
  • 2020 – 0

 

ENFORCEMENT DATA

Enforcement Period

  • 2019 – 4 days
  • 2020 – 3 days

DUI Arrests

  • 2019 – 406
  • 2020 – 79

Speeding Citations

  • 2019 – 6,370
  • 2020 – 6,410

Child Seat Citations

  • 2019 – 115
  • 2020 – 66

Seat Belt Citations

  • 2019 – 476
  • 2020 – 476

Other Citations

  • 2019 – 8,698
  • 2020 – 9,238