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!
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.