The Findlay Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol will be partnering with the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office in an effort to reduce the number of traffic fatalities and injury traffic crashes that have been occurring on Hardin County Roadways.  

 

According to a release, beginning on April 15, deputies from the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office and troopers from the Findlay Post will be conducting a one month strict enforcement effort that will focus on crash causing violations such as following too close, lane violations, and failure to yield violations.

 

This year alone, there have been four fatal traffic crashes with five people killed. In addition there were six fatal traffic crashes in which six individuals lost their lives in 2017.

 

The goal is to reduce the number of people that are injured or killed as a result of making poor choices while driving.

 

They will be aided in their efforts by officers from the Kenton and Ada Police Departments.