Holiday Deaths in Ohio Lowest in Decade

The Ohio State Highway patrol released figures indicating that the number of traffic fatalities over the Fourth of July holiday were the lowest in more than a decade. There were five fatal crashes over the extended weekend, the lowest number since 1998. Last year there were 15 people killed on Ohio roads during the same period of time.

Law enforcement agencies across the state used saturation patrols to combat speeding, reckless driving, seat belt violations and DUI/OVI in Ohio. A total of 556 motorists were charged with driving under the influence in OH during the holiday.

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