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Drunk Driving / Women #943783

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 19, 2009
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(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) NHTSA statistics on the rise on drunk driving arrests of women cited.

(Garden City, New York: Michelle Miller) Drunk driving, car accidents & women examined; scenes shown from Long Island of a drunk drivers' test & from the July 26 accident caused when Diane Schuler drove the wrong way while drunk & high; details given about the police campaign against drunk driving. [Three test PARTICIPANTS - react.] [Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHOOD†- talks about fatalities by impaired women drivers.] [MADD national president Laura DEAN-MOONEY†- says women are picking up reckless habits.]

Rodriguez, Maggie;
Miller, Michelle

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