The Youth alcohol awareness campaign is kicking off this week to stop underage drinking and driving. Law enforcement will be on the lookout for underage impaired driving during this campaign, May 5th – 16th . Timing of the campaign coincides with prom and graduation dates, which are often when teens and young adults consume alcohol. In the last three years, there were 53 fatal crashes and 144 serious injury crashes involving an impaired driver under the age of 21. Bill Whitfield, of the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety tells KRMS news that Missouri has a zero tolerance law. If you are under 21, your license will be suspended if you’re caught with even a trace of alcohol in your system.