TULSA, Oklahoma -- Local bars and restaurants are rallying around a life-saving program aimed at keeping drunk drivers off the streets.
Missy Eubanks died when a drunk driver hit her last May. She left behind a 9-year-old son. Her family and friends are backing Missy's Key For Cabs.
Participating bars and restaurants, like the Blue Rose, give customers who have had too much to drink a free cab ride home in exchange for their car keys.
Friday, the restaurant became the first of nearly 50 establishments to show their commitment by putting a sticker at their entrance.
"This is a way for Missy's family... it's a way for us to heal, it's a way to give a gift from Missy to other people," said Missy's sister Christine Brasel.