Drugged Driving Surpasses Drunk Driving For Deadly Oklahoma Crashes
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - More people in Oklahoma are dying from impaired driving crashes not involving alcohol.
The Governor's Highway Safety Association found that "Drugged Driving" has surpassed "Drunk Driving" when it comes to deadly crashes.
Drug-related crashes have increased by over 120 percent in the past two years.
On Oklahoma roads last year, 134 people died in these types of crashes.