Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for young people. The deadly mix of drinking and driving is evident in Nebraska. In the Columbus area alone, 14 young people have died in the last six years in alcohol-related crashes. "Statewide's" Perry Stoner looks at the battle against teen drinking. He also examines one program - called Project Extra Mile - that's working to eliminate the problem across Nebraska. Project Extra Mile is a special initiative of the state Office of Highway Safety, is building a community consensus to stop underage drinking.