Last November, Erica Bodell of Cambridge, and her three young children were headed to a bowling event. It was 3:40 in the afternoon and the sun was shining. But in a split-second, the Bodell family was in pure darkness. A drunk driver hit them head-on. Everyone survived the crash, but Erica’s three year old daughter is paralyzed. Bodell says in an instant, their lives were forever changed:
Donna Berger with the state Office of Traffic Safety says starting today law enforcement officers from across the state will be targeting drunk drivers. Last year alone, 95 people were killed in drunk driving crashes:
The end-of-summer DWI crackdown runs through Labor Day.