Thomas Casparian, 17, left, and Ritchie Rodriguez, 17, center, are students from G. Holmes Braddock High School featured in a video to warn kids about drinking and driving. In recognition of Trauma Awareness Day, Kendall Regional Medical Center invited survivors back on May 13, 2015 to reunite them with hospital staff, clinicians and first responders.
Thomas Casparian, 17, left, and Ritchie Rodriguez, 17, center, are students from G. Holmes Braddock High School featured in a video to warn kids about drinking and driving. In recognition of Trauma Awareness Day, Kendall Regional Medical Center invited survivors back on May 13, 2015 to reunite them with hospital staff, clinicians and first responders. Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald Staff
Thomas Casparian, 17, left, and Ritchie Rodriguez, 17, center, are students from G. Holmes Braddock High School featured in a video to warn kids about drinking and driving. In recognition of Trauma Awareness Day, Kendall Regional Medical Center invited survivors back on May 13, 2015 to reunite them with hospital staff, clinicians and first responders. Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald Staff

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