Emma's Law supporters work to prevent DUI deaths

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Deaths caused by drunk drivers are on the rise this year from Horry County down to Charleston, according to Emma's Law supporters.

Emma's Law would require ignition interlock devices in the vehicles of repeat offenders and first time offenders whose blood alcohol content is .12 or greater.

On WMBF News Today at 5 a.m., Jenna DeAngelis has more details on the bill and those who support it.

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