Jackeline Gonzalez, 33, sheds tears while speaking and holding a photo of her sister, Caroline Agreda, during a press conference about drunk driving hosted at Jackson Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016. Agreda was killed in a car accident by a drunk driver, Christopher Masferrer, at the age of 17 in 2014. Around one-third of overall driving fatalities, or 10,000 deaths a year, are attributed to alcohol-impaired driving.
Jackeline Gonzalez, 33, sheds tears while speaking and holding a photo of her sister, Caroline Agreda, during a press conference about drunk driving hosted at Jackson Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016. Agreda was killed in a car accident by a drunk driver, Christopher Masferrer, at the age of 17 in 2014. Around one-third of overall driving fatalities, or 10,000 deaths a year, are attributed to alcohol-impaired driving. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald
Jackeline Gonzalez, 33, sheds tears while speaking and holding a photo of her sister, Caroline Agreda, during a press conference about drunk driving hosted at Jackson Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016. Agreda was killed in a car accident by a drunk driver, Christopher Masferrer, at the age of 17 in 2014. Around one-third of overall driving fatalities, or 10,000 deaths a year, are attributed to alcohol-impaired driving. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald

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