OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla._The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says eight people died as a result of traffic crashes in Oklahoma over Labor Day weekend.
OHP says the eight people who died included four passenger vehicle drivers, three passengers and 1 semi-truck driver. No motorcyclist or pedestrian fatalities were reported over the weekend.
Four chemical testing units, also known as ENDUI vans, were used to conduct sobriety checkpoints. Multiple law enforcement agencies teamed up with OHP and the ABLE Commission to conduct widespread sobriety checkpoints. Preliminary results indicated that 114 people were arrested on suspicion of DUI.