CINCINNATI (AP) -- Four Ohio men have been killed in Christmas Eve car crashes.
Twenty-three-year-old Nicholas Wilson of New Richmond died after his car veered off State Route 132 in southwestern Ohio, hit a guardrail and flipped several times before landing upside-down in a creek.
The cause is under investigation.
Later around midnight, 28-year-old Orion Finnigan crashed into the back of another car in Cincinnati before hitting a second car.
Finnigan was ejected and died at the scene.
The driver of the second car, 78-year-old Arnold Curtis Jr., also died.
Police say speed and alcohol were likely factors.
Earlier in the day, 42-year-old Timothy Hartsock was killed in Saint Joseph Township in northwestern Ohio after a car ran a stop sign and hit the passenger side of the car where he was sitting.