National board says state is not doing enough to combat impaired drivers
By Sarah Bennett
Tuesday, June 28, 2011 at 4:55 am (Updated: June 28, 5:01 am)
Darrin Jaquiss remembers May 15, 1988, vividly. He heard the impact, but he didn’t know what happened. He got up and started walking toward the emergency exit when he saw the flames.
The next thing he knew, he passed out from smoke inhalation. He woke up to the feeling of air on his skin. There were people cheering because he was alive.
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