"Mothers Against Drunk Driving" wants to remind everybody about the dangers of the upcoming holiday season.
Drunk driving deaths spike from Thanksgiving to New Year's Eve.
About a thousand people were killed in alcohol-related accidents during that time span in 2011.
A MADD survey found 73 percent of adults said they've seen someone trying to drive after drinking too much and 1 in 5 did nothing about it.
MADD is urging partygoers to have a designated driver in advance and to stop anyone from trying to drive after drinking.
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