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Despite two months of extra patrols to target high crash areas, the rate of Ohio traffic fatalities has risen to 14 percent above last year, mirroring a national trend.Through Aug. 8, the Ohio State Highway Patrol reported 654 confirmed fatalities compared to 574 through this date in 2011. If the 39 provisional, unconfirmed deaths which are not yet official are factored in, the increase from last year leaps to 21 percent."We did have a very successful year in 2011 through a lot of hard work and motorists paying attention and cooperation with other law enforcement agencies," OSHP Lt.
fake ray bans Anne Ralston said of last year’s record low 1,015 traffic deaths. "It’s been unfortunate for the trend to change this year."Using just the official, confirmed numbers, Ohio is on pace for 1,073 traffic fatalities. If the rate of unconfirmed deaths is added in, that number jumps to nearly 1,150. Plus, Labor Day weekend usually results in a spike in fatal accidents.In early June, the state patrol assigned three roving tactical squads of three troopers and a sergeant per group to target high crash areas. The extra patrols, which were accomplished by reallocating resources that didn’t cause shortages elsewhere, are scheduled to continue through September."We’re continuing to work hard and target those crash causing violations in order to try to get hold of these numbers and get them to stop continuing to rise," Ralston said.Traffic deaths are up
cheap ray bans in several area counties. While Montgomery County has seen two fewer deaths than this time in 2011, Warren and Preble counties are each up seven fatalities, Butler and Darke counties are each up six, Clark is up three and Miami and Greene are up two each.The counties with the most traffic fatalities in 2012 are Franklin (37), Hamilton (31), Cuyahoga (28) and Montgomery (23).Ralston said the OSHP can’t pinpoint exact reasons for the increased fatalities. Despite a 2011 staffing level of 1,073 that Ralston called a 125 trooper "personnel hole" below old numbers, enforcement stops are up. So is seat belt enforcement, OVI enforcement and nearly every other category the agency tracks.So far in 2012, there have been 346,105 enforcement stops, up 14 percent from last year. OVI stops are at 14,578, a 7 percent increase and seat belt enforcement stops are at 60,199, up nearly 14 percent.OVI related traffic deaths are down 27 percent, but Ralston cautions those numbers are provisional and there is a lag time for final reports on drug and alcohol tests."I think we are having a significant impact on the OVI related crashes," Ralston said. "But it’s a good news, bad news situation. Other causes (of fatals include) driving left of center, running stop signs or stoplights, driving impaired and crashes that are otherwise survivable (safety belts)."Ralston said multiple fatality crashes have been a factor, with one incident killing five people, two that killed four people, three triple fatalities and 46 double fatalities.There also doesn’t appear to be very many areas that fatal crashes are happening on a historical basis. The crash maps show traffic deaths are occurring in urban and rural settings and in many areas of the counties. She said motorcycle fatalities are up 3 percent."Until we get back and get a full year’s worth of data and see what the leading causes are, no, I can’t tell you at this time," Ralston said of the rise in traffic deaths.A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration early estimate of 2012’s first three months shows 7,630 people died in motor vehicle crashes, compared to 6,720 deaths in the first quarter of 2011. That represents a 13.5 percent increase.Preliminary data from the Federal Highway Administration shows that vehicle miles traveled in that time frame of 2012 increased 9.7 billion miles, or 1.4 percent above 2011. Both the federal and Ohio’s rates show a reversal of the downward trend of traffic deaths in recent years.Distracted driving may be an added factor, but data isn’t yet available to test that hypothesis. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood released a strategy to address the growing practice of drivers using cell phones behind the wheel. Pilot programs expanding the "Phone in One Hand, Ticket in the Other" campaign in California and Delaware will receive $2.4 million in federal support."Distracted driving is an epidemic," LaHood said. "While we’ve made progress in the past three years by raising awareness about this risky behavior, the simple fact is people are continuing to be killed and injured and we can put an end to it."Ohio passed a distracted driver law this year, but like seat belts, it is a secondary offense except for minors, meaning law enforcement officers need another reason to stop drivers who violate the law after it
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