“No parent should ever receive the kind of devastating news that two Bryan police officers delivered to Pam Todaro one early Saturday morning.
At 6:45 a.m. on August 9, 2014 they appeared on her doorstep to tell her that her 25-year-old son had been killed in a drunk driving crash.
Her son Dillon was driving home from a fish fry and died instantly when his truck ran off the road hitting a brick mailbox and concrete pole. His blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was 0.16, twice the legal limit.
Dillon is just one of nearly a thousand people killed every year in drunk driving crashes in Texas.
Stories like his are part of TxDOT’s “Faces of Drunk Driving” campaign that puts real faces behind the statistics.”
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