There's a compelling video being shown to kids in high schools across the Tri-State. It shows local teens who've survived deadly car crashes and the idea's to keep new drivers from repeating their mistakes.
In it, three teenagers, who were either passengers or drivers in 3 tragic crashes tell their stories. You've seen their stories and countless others on the news. Disturbing tri-state statistics prompted the Bethesda North Trauma Program to produce this 8 minute video and send it to more than 250 schools.
"Young people, 15-19 years old were dying from driving injurie," the Program's director, Stephanie Lambers said.