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According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration an alcohol-related motor vehicle crash kills someone every 31 minutes and injures someone every two minutes I was one of those statistics Yet for someone else they might be just numbers but to me its a certainty the entire experience feelings and reality of it all is People involved in alcohol related car crashes are never the same because of the stress shock and overall emotional and physical toll on the body I can still hear the huge loud crash as clearly as the day I heard it almost 6 months ago As if someone has carved this scene into your brain and no matter how hard you try it will never go away Anger frustration hurt guilt and sadness were a few emotions I felt during that awful moment The crushing attack of these emotions takes a toll on your body and mind all at onceOn mourning my two best friends Jenny and Valerie and I were getting ready for this huge mansion party that everyone was talking about It was all over the Facebook Twitter and even on TV It was my rich friends birthday that everyone knew back in high school and he wanted the whole Miami to come to his birthday party So Jenny Valerie and I bought 4 18-packs of beer so we can drink it all at the party The invitation on Facebook said that the party was going to start around 800 pm on Saturday August 31 Before the party we went to my friend Luiss house so we can pre-party and meet up with everyone that I knew that was going to that party At Luiss house there were about 25 people there because he promised there was going to be free alcohol there We drank a couple beers and head off to the huge mansion event Everyone went in their own cars every car bumper to bumper following
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