Ex-con speaks at Carroll College about the consequences of drunk driving

Ethan Fisher

Megan Michelotti

In honor of Carroll College student Bridget Kirby, who died in a car crash allegedly caused by an impaired driver last year, the college hosted a keynote speaker who is all too familiar with the consequences of substance abuse and drunk driving. 

As part of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, around 400 students, faculty and staff gathered at Carroll College and 75 joined online Tuesday to listen to Ethan Fisher’s talk on “Life CONsequences: A Tale of Redemption, Choices and Decision.” Fisher is a former student-athlete who killed a person in a drunk driving accident in Colorado. 

“I’m here to talk to you about my life, my choices and my consequences,” said Fisher. “You see I basically made every bad decision, every bad choice that you can make as a student and a student-athlete.”

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