A young woman’s life changed forever when a driver under the influence smashed head on into her car. But the shock of what happened didn’t end on impact. That other driver couldn’t be charged with driving under the influence or D-U-I. He had been huffing on a cleaner can.
Two months after being hit by a huffing driver Lindsey Anderson says Nebraska D-U-I laws need better balance.Lindsey says, ” Penalties for driving under the influence of alcohol and driving under the influence of huffing should all be the same.”