Sarah Panzau doesn't quote statistics when she makes a presentation on the dangers of drunk driving before high school students.
"Statistics are something they are not going to remember," she said. "They'll remember me."
Panzau was 21 when, on Aug. 23, 2003, she chose to get in her car and attempt to drive home drunk. She had a blood-alcohol level four times the legal limit.
That drive ended in an accident, a bad accident. Her car rolled four times and, while she didn't hurt anybody else, her own injuries were devastating.