The state has released its estimates for wrecks, injuries and traffic-related deaths for the weekend.

The Crash Reporting Unit for the Georgia Department of Transportation forecasts 1,972 traffic crashes, 696 injuries and 15 traffic deaths on Georgia roads during the 78-hour long holiday, which ends Monday at midnight.

During the Memorial Day holiday weekend in 2009, Georgia recorded 16 traffic deaths and 2,430 crashes. The crashes resulted in 1,126 injuries.