The Ohio State Highway Patrol has released the numbers on crashes that happened over the New Year's holiday.
The Highway Patrol says that there were 10 deaths on Ohio's roadways over the holiday weekend. They say that a failure to wear a seatbelt and OVIs were the cause of seven of those fatalities while the others were pedestrians.
The four-day reporting period started on Thursday, December 30th and ended at 11:59 pm on January 2nd.
The highway patrol continues to encourage the public to dial #677 to report dangerous or impaired drivers on the road.