Safety en Ohio State Highway Patrol Wants to Set a New Record <p>There were one thousand and 80 people killed on Ohio&rsquo;s roads last year.&nbsp; That was more than in 2009 when a record low number of people died as a result of roadway accidents.&nbsp; One thousand twenty two were killed that year.&nbsp;</p><p>Ohio is on track to set a new modern day record this year.&nbsp; The fatality count on the state&rsquo;s roads right now is below one thousand.&nbsp; The Ohio State Highway Patrol wants to keep those numbers low.&nbsp; So it&rsquo;s going to have troopers on the roads, looking for unsafe driving.&nbsp;</p> Wed, 21 Dec 2011 22:04:00 +0000 Jo Ingles (Ohio Public Radio) 8834 at