33% of drivers commit DUIs, risk Ohio car accidents

by NPHM | December 2nd, 2010

December 2, 2010

When we think of DUIs, we often think of driving under the influence of illicit drugs or excessive use of legal drugs such as alcohol.

However, a new study from the National Highway Transportation Safety Association shows that drivers could cause Ohio car accidents after using drugs other alcohol and marijuana.

According to USA Today, 33% of drivers tested positive for alcohol, pain killers, and hallucinogens, among other drugs that could cause Ohio car accident injuries when users drive under their influence.

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