CINCINNATI -- Fourteen people were killed on Ohio roadways over Memorial Day weekend, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
Locally, one man in his 50s was killed in a three-car crash on Interstate 74 in Colerain Township Sunday night. A 47-year-old man was also killed in a crash on state Route 129 in Liberty Township Monday afternoon.
Of the 14 roadway fatalities across the state between Friday and Monday, one was a motorcyclist and seven were pedestrians, troopers said in a news release. The OSHP made more than 33,000 enforcement contacts over the holiday weekend, resulting in 801 OVI arrests.
Troopers also made more than 17,000 non-enforcement contacts to help drivers, they said.
"We take enforcing traffic laws seriously, and troopers were highly visible this weekend to respond to the heavy Memorial Day traffic,"vColonel Paul A. Pride, Patrol superintendent, said.
Check out a breakdown of OSHP activity below: