Authorities usually see an increase of impaired drivers in the days leading up to the New Year.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol said that eight people were killed in drunken-driving crashes between Christmas and New Year's in 2011.
New Year's Day consistently ranks as the year's deadliest day for alcohol related-crashes, according to AAA.
A year ago, there were almost 200 alcohol related crashes in the state over New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
AAA reminds partygoers to assign a designated driver and take the keys away from friends or family members that have been drinking.
The OHP said that you can dial #677 from your phone to report dangerous or impaired drivers.
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