NASHVILLE, TN. (AP) - Seven people were killed in Tennessee traffic accidents over the July Fourth holiday, the fewest since eight in 1998.
Fifteen state deaths were reported during the holiday a year ago.
State officials said Friday none of this year's fatalities were alcohol-related. Six of the seven were vehicle occupants, and the other was a motorcyclist.
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It happened just after 8 p.m. on Saturday.
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