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Drunk Driving #288008

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 17, 1983
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(Studio) President Reagan reported using radio speech today for national campaign against drunk driving. Presidential panel said calling for minimum drinking age of 21.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(NYC) Campaign against drunk driving organization by teenagers featured. [Accident victim Hector Del VALLE - speaks of accident while being drunk that left him quadriplegic.] San Antonio, Texas, accident scenes shown. [In Ithaca, New York, Robert ANASTAS - tells class of accident rate.] SADD (Students Against Driving Drunk) said stressing personal responsibility. MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) recalled. [ANASTAS - urges establishment of SADD chapter.] SADD rules and regulations explained. [Student Dana COWARD - believes parents will be enthusiastic.] [Student Matthew AUER - speaks of parental disapproval.] March 14, 1982, accident in Mineola, New York, recalled; scenes shown. Mineola High School activities of SADD chapter demonstrated. Homer, New York, chapter shown. [Paula YEOMANS - sings of lost friends.]
REPORTER: Marlene Sanders

(Studio) Death of policemen in Marietta, Georgia, in auto accident caused by drunk driver reported.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

Sanders, Marlene;
Schieffer, Bob

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