|Rachel Amaris Elliott|
Drunk Driving Deaths
2000: Drunk Driving Deaths by State:
Drunk Driving Deaths by State:
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Drinking and Driving Deaths:
Every 30 minutes someone in the US is killed by a drunk driver!
In 2006, an estimated 17,602 people died in alcohol-related traffic crashes—an average of one every 30 minutes.
Since 1980 (the year M.A.D.D. was founded), alcohol-related traffic fatalities have decreased by about 44 percent, from over 30,000 per year to under 17,000. MADD has helped save over 300,000 lives. Not all Drunk Driving Accidents end in murder... Soldiers Killed in WW I + WW II + Current War: DUI
Every 24 hours 1,620 people are injured or maimed by a drunk driver!
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Comparing Loss of Life Statistics:
Drinking and Driving vs. War
Are drinking and driving deaths really as bad as we think? We have certainly lost more soldiers to war than to drunk drivers, right? Well, let’s do some math. Let's compare the number of
DUI Related Deaths Since WW I: 1.7 Million (estimate)
2007: Soldiers Killed in
2007: DUI Deaths: Estimated 17,600 (41% of all traffic fatalities)
Looking at these numbers it seems so hard to believe that a bigger killer than war continues on and on and on... repeat offenders get back on our streets over and over until they eventually kill an innocent person. Then it's too late. How about we just not let drunk driver drive? That would be a logical first step.
Note: the above war comparison is in no way meant to insult the brave solders that have fought and died for our country. It’s used only as one of several shocking perspectives. Please check back for more statistical information and comparisons.
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Not all Drunk Driving Accidents end in murder...
Soldiers Killed in WW I + WW II + Current War: DUI
Current War: DUI