TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) -- Two Ohio lawmakers want the state to get tougher on wrong-way drivers.
They've come up with proposed legislation that would bring bigger fines and longer license suspensions, especially for drivers who've been drinking or driving under suspension.
The proposal follows several high-profile wrong way accidents in the state. A wrong-way driver near Toledo killed three sorority sisters from Bowling Green State University back in March.
The proposed bill outlines that a wrong-way driver who kills or injures another person could lose their license for up to 10 years.
State Sen. Mark Wagoner of suburban Toledo tells The Blade ( http://bit.ly/JIMDin ) newspaper that the penalties would not increase for someone who simply makes a wrong turn and quickly turns around.