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Dont Pissy Drive!!!

TEXAS LAUNCHES UNPRECEDENTED, HARD-HITTING ANTI-DWI CAMPAIGN
Texas Department of Transportation

AUSTIN - Starting next week, 23-year-old Jacqueline Saburido will be appearing in the hardest-hitting anti-DWI television PSA ever aired in Texas.

Formerly a self-described "average college kid" who enjoyed swimming, flamenco dancing and spending time with family and friends, Jacqueline survived a fiery drunk driving crash in Austin three years ago which left her badly burned and disfigured. Because she passionately wants to make a contribution to reducing drunk driving crashes, she agreed to appear in new television commercials sponsored by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) that will begin airing statewide on Monday.

"Texas still leads the nation in alcohol-related traffic fatalities," explained TxDOT Deputy Executive Director Steve Simmons. "And that's why, even though some may find these images disturbing, we are grateful to Jacqui for her willingness to help grab the attention of Texas drivers, especially teens and younger adults, and get them to focus on the frightening consequences of drinking and driving."

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 1,800 people were killed on Texas streets and highways in 2000 in crashes involving alcohol. The DPS reports that on average, one person is hurt every 21 minutes in an alcohol-related crash, resulting in more than 25,000 injuries every year. Arrests in Texas for driving while intoxicated top 90,000 annually.

"Teens and young adults are the most likely to be involved in drunk driving crashes," said John Posey, president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving-Heart of Texas Chapter. "Underage drinking is also a serious problem, and that's why we support this new campaign and applaud the courage and conviction of Ms. Saburido."

The new TV PSA is chilling in its power and simplicity. Jacqui is sitting in a chair holding up, in front of her face, a framed photo of herself prior to the crash. By any standard, this is the picture of a beautiful young woman. Continuing to hold the photo in front of her face, she says: "My name is Jacqueline Saburido. This is a picture of me before I was hit by a drunk driver, before the car caught fire, before two of my friends died, before I needed more than forty operations. This was me when my life was just like anyone else in college." Then she lowers the photo, revealing her now badly burned and disfigured face -- nose and ears missing. She then says, "This is me after being hit by a drunk driver." The commercial finishes with the announcer saying, "Don't drink and drive...ever."

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