Alcohol Helped Kill College Students and Football Players
Are you ever worried that drugs will cut short the lives of young student or athletes? Have you hear stories of young people killed by drugs or alcohol or drunk driving? Unfortunately, this is a very real danger for young people in this country. In this latest story, two college students were killed and two more were significantly injured in a vehicle crash that occurred in Butler County, Ohio recently. The blood alcohol level for the driver of the vehicle, an 18-year-old young man, was approximately .056%, which is more than four times the legal limit in Ohio: .02 percent for people under the age of 21. Police investigators also reported that his vehicle was traveling at around 85 miles an hour seconds before the fatal crash.
The crash claimed the lives of two college students, one a freshman at Miami University, and the other a student and football at Cincinnati University. Two more young men who were in the backseat at the time of the crash were also injured, but survived. This is just one more in the tragic death toll for young people, who are unfortunately often by
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Do you ever worry about the tragic death rates for young people-especially young men? Do you know what can be done about the risk factors that affect young men? Well, the best option is drug or alcohol treatment programs. Alcohol and drugs are implicated in the deaths of so many youths, so it makes sense that treatment programs would be important to address these problems. Call Retreat at Lancaster County today to learn more about drug and alcohol treatment. We can arrange transportation from OH, PA, NJ, NY, and DE.