Program Gives Teens Tough Look at Drunk Driving Nearly 6,000 teenagers die each year in alcohol-related car accidents in the United States. A program aimed at high-school students forces participants to confront the consequences of drunk driving. Kathryn Baron of members station KQED reports from San Francisco.
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Program Gives Teens Tough Look at Drunk Driving

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Program Gives Teens Tough Look at Drunk Driving

Program Gives Teens Tough Look at Drunk Driving

Program Gives Teens Tough Look at Drunk Driving

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Nearly 6,000 teenagers die each year in alcohol-related car accidents in the United States. A program aimed at high-school students forces participants to confront the consequences of drunk driving. Kathryn Baron of members station KQED reports from San Francisco.