Some Quincy Notre Dame students tried to bring awareness to the dangers of drinking and driving Saturday afternoon.
Members of the group SADD or Students Against Destructive Decisions tied red ribbons to vehicles that drove through the Hardee's drive through on 30th and Broadway Saturday afternoon.
QND students say that by putting a red ribbon on their vehicle, drivers are making a statement that they are against driving and driving.
"The red ribbon is supposed to stand for people that will not drive drunk or will not let people they love drive drunk because it is a destructive decision and it kills a lot of people each year," said Afton Power.
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