Drunk Driving: Your Way Of Fun Can End Someone’s Life And Aspiration

The Logical Indian

August 5th, 2015 / 6:13 PM

On average 1 person dies every hour due to a drunken driving accident in India. Here is the story of just one of those victims, Gagan, a daily laborer who was hit by a drunk motorist. After the accident Gagan cannot work and support his family. He is living out of a shelter home with his entire family. His children have had to leave school to take care of him.

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