With the New Year Holiday this week-end, the Ohio Highway Patrol says it will again work its troopers overtime to combat drunk driving. Lieutenant Anne Ralston says with a successful anti-drunk driving enforcement, Ohio could set a record low this year for the number of traffic fatalities. Ralston tells WOSU News Ohio highways will be constantly patrolled during a week-end when alcohol consumption increases. Ralston says in 2009 Ohio recorded 1,022 highway fatalities. So far, this year, the patrol counts 1,010 highway deaths.