A driver has posted a video online in which he confesses to getting drunk and causing a head-on crash that killed a man.
Matthew Cordle, 22, says in the three-minute clip that he is willing to take full responsibility for his "mistake" and the accident it caused three months ago.
"My name is Matthew Cordle, and on June 22, 2013, I hit and killed Vincent Canzani," he says.
"This video will act as my confession."
The video begins with Mr Cordle's face blurred as he describes his struggles with depression and says he was trying to have a good time with friends going "from bar to bar" on the night of the accident.
He then describes how he ended up driving into oncoming traffic on a highway.
Mr Cordle's face becomes clear as he reveals his name and confesses to killing Mr Canzani, a 61-year-from suburban Columbus.
"When I get charged I'll plead guilty and take full responsibility for everything I've done to Vincent and his family," Mr Cordle says.
He adds that he understands that by releasing the video he is giving prosecutors "everything they need to put me away for a very long time".
Mr Cordle, his arm streaked with scars from the crash, ends the confession by "begging" viewers to not drink and drive.
Franklin County prosecutor Ron O'Brien said Mr Cordle was a suspect in the crash but had not been charged.
Mr O'Brien will now ask a grand jury to indict Mr Cordle for aggravated vehicular homicide with an alcohol specification, he said.
The charge carries a maximum of eight years in prison upon conviction.
Mr Cordle intends to co-operate with prosecutors, his lawyer said.