Suspected impaired driver arrested after crashing into ‘impaired drivers’ sign, OSP says

CLERMONT COUNTY — A suspected impaired driver was arrested for OVI after striking an impaired driver sign last week, the Ohio State Highway Patrol said.

On St. Patrick’s Day, OSP’s Batavia Post received a call for a reckless vehicle on SR 32, according to a tweet from OSP.

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Shortly after, the vehicle crashed and hit an OSP “drug activity/impaired driver sign.”

OSP did not say if the driver was injured.

The driver was arrested for OVI, according to OSP.