The number one killer of teens in America is distracted and reckless driving. Amanda Clark of Oakdale, California believed she was able to text and drive like a pro until she rolled her car and walked away.
She wrote in her diary she would never text and drive again. She told her family, her boyfriend and her best friend that she would be a better driver and put her cell phone away.
Only one year and a day after her first crash, she drove off a freeway embankment in Manteca while texting. This is her story.