Disappointing Stats

State compiled numbers show more motorists were killed on Ohio’s roadways this Thanksgiving holiday than in recent years. During the five-day reporting period, from last Wednesday through Sunday, 16 people were killed in 11 fatal crashes. In 2016, nine people died on the road. Arrests for operating a vehicle while impaired, drug violations and seatbelts also increased. Troopers brought in 542 drivers for DUI, 15 percent more than last year. Troopers also made 294 drug arrests and issued over 15 hundred seatbelt violations.

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