Impaired driving victims become face of new Sask. awareness campaign

Tanner Kaufmann was killed by an alleged impaired driver while out with his dog, Macy May, according to Saskatchewan Government Insurance. (Kirk Fraser/CBC News)

By Stephanie Taylor, CBC News, May 11, 2017 

12 people killed by impaired drivers will be featured in a series of commercials and ads launched by SGI

Alyscia Kaufmann said she and her husband, Tanner, always looked for a safe ride home when they’d been drinking.

But on Sept. 4, 2016, he was out for a drive with his dog when he parked the vehicle, stepped outside and was hit by, police believe, an impaired driver.

Eight months later, his wife said Tanner would be proud to know that his life is being remembered in a new impaired driving awareness campaign launched by Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) at an event in Regina Thursday.

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