On June 1, 2011, Toni Donato Bolis, 28 years old, and her unborn son, were killed in a motor vehicle crash caused by a distracted driver using a cell phone.
Toni was less than a mile a way from home and less than 36 hours away from giving birth to her second child, Ryan Jeffrey.
On Pitman-Downer Road in Washington Township, NJ, a driver distracted by using his cell phone entered the lane of opposing traffic. After missing two other cars, he struck Toni's SUV head on.
Distracted drivers on America’s roads cause a minimum of 3,100 deaths and over 400,000 injuries each year. Help us end Distracted Driving!