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Morua Films PSA Against Drunk Driving

As part of the plea deal he struck last month, Raymond Morua agreed to participate in an anti-drunk driving PSA, and on Friday, TV Santa Barbara filmed an interview with him about the dangers of the crime that killed Mallory Dies and sent Morua to prison for 20 years to life. Mallory’s father, Matt, said the PSA is a collaboration between TVSB, the Santa Barbara Foundation, and Vow4Mal, an anti-drinking and driving awareness group created by Mallory’s friends and family after her death.


The television spot may also feature comments from himself, his wife, Cottage Hospital trauma surgeons, and Santa Barbara police officers, said Matt.

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