North Carolina’s tough stance against DWI isn’t without good reason. Put a sober driver and an intoxicated driver on the same road and the results can be fatal.
In April such a tragedy occurred in Durham and serves as a reminder of the dangers of DWI. Kelwin Biggs, a 53-year-old man was killed after Daryl Lamar Brooks allegedly rear-ended Biggs’ vehicle and sent him careening toward an oncoming vehicle. The driver and passenger of the oncoming vehicle were seriously hurt, but escaped with their lives while Brooks remains at large.