CINCINNATI (FOX19) - The Ohio State Highway Patrol said Tuesday there have been 14 traffic deaths across the state this Fourth of July weekend.
That number is provisional and will be updated each morning, according to OSP.
The final report will be available in a final report expected to be released later in the week.
During last year's Fourth of July weekend, OSP reported a total of 12 fatal crashes killed 13 people. This includes seven OVI-related fatal crashes that killed eight people.
The patrol also recorded 680 OVI arrests during the reporting period.
Law enforcement reminds drivers to drive sober and wear seatbelts.