The deadliest drunk driving incident happened in Carrollton, Kentucky in 1988. A church youth group had spent the day having fun on a trip to King's Island, an amusement park in Ohio. On the return trip home, just before 11 p.m. that night, a drunk driver driving the wrong way on Interstate 71 collided with the bus head on. Of the 66 passengers on the bus, 27 of them died, the majority of those being kids and teenagers. The documentary interviews some of the survivors of that crash, as well as some family members of those that didn't make it. Their memories of that night are haunting, and for many the scars are still apparent on them to this day. One of the themes in the film is the discussion of whether the drunk driver or the safety of the bus should take the most fault, and the conclusions are split.
As someone from Kentucky, I grew up hearing about this crash as it was often remembered on the news during anniversaries or other deadly crashes. However, this documentary shed light on a lot of new details I never heard about.
Where to watch: Amazon Prime