Highway Patrol, AAA team up to keep roads safe

Woodward News

By Dawnita Fogleman

November 24, 2020


The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) and AAA Oklahoma are looking out for drivers' safety this Thanksgiving holiday. There may be fewer traveling in this unique season, but 2020 has already shown that fewer motorists behind the wheel doesn’t correlate with safety on the roadways.

“We've been seeing a lot of excessive speeds over this year,” Oklahoma Highway Patrol Oklahoma Department of Public Safety Director of Media Relations Sarah Stewart said. “We have already had 28 more fatality crashes so far this year (year to date).


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