As prom and graduations approach, a new study shows less than one-third of the 4,700 annual underage drinking-related deaths in the U.S. result from road crashes. The findings show the importance of preventing underage drinking even if there is no risk of drinking and driving, according to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
As we countdown to the upcoming “Walk Like MADD” event in Fort Lauderdale, we talk to paralympic Kari Miller who lost her legs after she was struck by a drunk driver, about the importance of the need to stop drunk driving.
As the FHP launches a campaign to crack down on the escalating number of hit and run accidents in South Florida and statewide, we take a look at the magnitude of the crisis, and talk […]
About 1,000 people gathered in Tropical Park Saturday morning to “walk like M.A.D.D.”
MADD is taking its message on stopping underage drinking before it starts to schools and started Monday with a special assembly at Southwood Middle School.
The family of 13-year-old Kaely Camacho, who died in a deadly hit and run accident by an alleged drunk driver, attended a memorial walk in Kaely’s honor at her school on Wednesday morning.
The family of 13-year-old Kaely Camacho, who died in a deadly hit and run accident by an alleged drunk driver, will attend a memorial walk in Kaely’s honor at her school on Wednesday.
The annual fundraiser and community event supports the Broward chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
South Floridians laced up their walking shoes Saturday in order to “Walk Like “MADD” and raise awareness about the dangers of drunk driving.
A second annual walk in a field that holds tragic memories for Helen Witty will hopefully help fight a crime that takes thousands of lives each year.