Ceremony to remember victims of drunk driving
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and state Transportation Secretary Beverly Swaim-Staley will lead a ceremony Wednesday in Annapolis to commemorate the lives people who lost their lives in drunken-driving crashed in Maryland.
Relatives and friends of the victims will hold a procession during which they will add photographs of those who were killed to a display at the Milller Senate Office Building,
The Maryland Remembers event begins at 10:45 a.m. Last year 152 people were killed in crashes in Maryland in which intoxication was a factor.