Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Community Rallies For Texting While Driving Ban In Florida
“We will build on this momentum,” Sheriff Rambosk said. “People tell me daily that they want to see a law like this, so I know the support is out there.”
The Collier County Sheriff’s Office kicked off the “Stop Texting & Driving” campaign Nov. 28. As of 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, 522 people had signed the online document. Sheriff Rambosk will deliver the results to the Collier County Legislative Delegation and also present them during the Legislative Session.
Citizens are also sharing their texting while driving stories, including several written by people who have lost family members to accidents that were caused by someone who was texting while driving.
Click here to sign the call to action. In addition to signing the call to action, you can help by providing the link to it to your friends and family members.
Go to www.facebook.com/colliersheriff or send an e-mail to email@example.com to tell us your story.