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Bittersweet Balloon Release
DUI Victim's Family Hopes To Save Lives
A drunk driver killed twenty-five-year-old Kevin Yates last year. After the funeral, his family got busy--they founded a nonprofit called 1N3 that works to prevent future DUI deaths. On August 1st, the one-year anniversary of her son's death, they hosted a special ceremony, a bittersweet balloon release, to remember all victims of drunk driving. The family says there's a real chance you'll be affected by DUI--one in three of us are.