Underage Drinking Speech

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After a long with your day with the family you’re driving in the night, exhausted and wanting to desperately get to your home. You’re minding your own business as you pass a green light, then a car who’s speeding and swerving takes the red light and rams into your car at high speeds. Your daughter, who’s only seven, is instantly killed as well as your wife. The other driver is a drunk teenager and is driving home from a party. The teenager walks away from the accident while you mourn the loss of your family. Underage drinking has become a major problem in our society and many of these situations happen in reality due to irresponsible behavior from drunk teens. People who participate in underage drinking tend to not think about the consequences they have on their health and the people around them. They’re out having a good time at parties binge drinking and decide that they’re fine to drive, as soon as they step into the car and turn the key, they just put himself and the people in danger.…show more content…
Teens go out to parties, clubs, and even in their own homes to drink without moderation. Deadly automobile accidents happen every due to a drunk driver being negligent of his actions and decisions. However, it isn’t the drunk driver that always suffers, most of the time they walk out of that incident with their life while the victims suffer and mourn over the loss of a family member or a loved one. Even though underage is a major problem in today’s society, being safe by drinking responsibly can save many lives along with understanding that driving under the influence is too much a risk and getting a ride is much safer. Regulation for underage binge drinking is needed because drunk drivers are impaired and can kill many people who get caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. Most teens aren’t aware of the mistake they are making by deciding to drive under the influence and must educated to learn from those mistakes and try to prevent these incidents from happening
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