OSHP seek to reduce crashes with "All Out Day"

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) - Drivers can expect to see more troopers on the road Friday as part of the Ohio State Highway Patrol's "All Out Day."

It is about stepping up enforcement. All sworn officers from all ranks are set to patrol the roadways in an effort to reduce fatal and injury crashes.

This statewide effort to increase the highway patrol's visibility is out to achieve the goal of putting the brakes on crash-causing violations and dangerous driving.

With warm weather here and a holiday weekend approaching, the patrol is going all out keeping an eye out for aggressive driving, including speeding, and drivers running stop signs or red lights.

The all out press continues through midnight.

The OSHP said they are also seeking help from drivers. To report any impaired drivers or drug activity dial #677.

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