Hundreds of law enforcement officers around the state were out in full force on New Year's Eve trying to keep drunk drivers off the road.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol is happy to report they did not work any fatal crashes.
Troop B, which covers Tulsa, Creek, Okmulgee and Rogers Counties, did arrest nine people on suspicion of driving impaired.
Last New Year's Eve, the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office says there were 374 crashes and five of them were deadly.
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