My mother, Mary S. Whitfield, set up a “sister’s vacation” to Disney World in the summer of 2004, a trip made even more meaningful because as we left my mother shared that she was ill. Her doctors gave her no more than two years. Yet, even that time was stolen by a drunk driver. We lost my mother, my daughter and a cousin. I have never known a greater pain than losing a parent and a child at the same time during a time that was meant for family and celebration.
MADD President Colleen Sheehey-Church talks about why she supports the development of autonomous vehicle technology. Read more:
Karen, a Lt. Col. of the US Air Force had returned home safely when she was struck and injured by a drunk driver. Read her story:
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How did we get to this much-anticipated milestone? And, more importantly, what happens next? Read more.