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Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s
advocates and staff work tirelessly
to support victims at no
charge, advocate for stronger
laws and create a future of No More
Victims®.

INCIDENTS A DAY

Adults drank too much and drove about 121 million times per year-over 300,00 incidents of drinking and driving a day.

DEATHS A YEAR

That’s 28 deaths every day and one death every 51 minutes. Each and every one of them 100% preventable

INJURIES PER YEAR

290,000 injuries per year means exponentially more friends, family members and loved ones, unnecessarily effected by this preventable crime

THE HUMAN TOLL

Drunk Driving comes with a cost - and it is one that robs us of mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, spouses and friends. Meet the people behind the statistics.

The Branford Walk Like MADD is taking place on Saturday October 13, 2018 on the Branford Green! This year’s walk is in memory of Robert Burr Jr., who was killed by a drunk driver in July of 2012. For more on Robert’s story or to register for the walk visit www.walklikemadd.org/branford          ...

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June 18, 2018

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June 13, 2018

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June 12, 2018

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