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Holiday Season / Drunk Driving Deaths #566616

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 29, 1989
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(Studio: Deborah Norville) No. of Americans predicted to die as result of drunk driving this holiday season estimate Report introduced.

(No location given: Keith Morrison) Efforts of people in Redmond, WA, to reduce number of drunk driving fatalities examined; details given of vols. who talk to convicted drunk drivers about their problems, scenes shown. [Victims' relatives Shirley ANDERSON, Marion COBB - describe their losses to convicted drunk drivers.] [Convicted drunk driver Dan PORTER - says his life has been ruined.] City officials noted asserting that program has reduced no. of drunk driving arrests.

Morrison, Keith;
Norville, Deborah

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