Mothers Against Drunk Driving
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 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.
A controversial new initiative is expected to go into effect soon which will keep first-time drunk drivers out of jail or even have their cases dismissed.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving has adopted a ‘wait-and-see’ attitude toward a new Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office initiative which would keep first time ‘non-crash’ DUI offenders out of jail.
Hundreds of people are expected to walk the track near Miami where NASCAR champions race as part of a fundraiser for the organization Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Several South Florida law enforcement agencies want motorists to know: driving under the influence this holiday season, or any time, is against the law.