The destructive effects of drink-driving
Fri, 14 Sep 2012 7:00p.m.
Earlier in the week, Campbell Live showed you the story of Charlene, a 46 year old alcoholic from Christchurch, who was trying to give up the booze.
Charlene's story struck a chord with many of you at home. We know that because following those stories, we received a huge amount of feedback.
Many of you asking us to ensure we don't let this issue go, asking us not to let alcoholism be swept under the rug.
One of those people was Tim Ward, also from Christchurch.
Tim has a different story about alcoholism, but one that is just as compelling.
Kate King started by asking Tim why he contacted us.
Watch the video to see his story.
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