"We just wanna know what happened."
"We just want closure and it's been way too long."
Kimberly Broussard and Kelly Breaux have been anxiously waiting for nearly two months to find out if the accident that killed their friend was caused by an intoxicated driver.
"We don't want them to make a mistake in figuring out whether or not he was intoxicated, we just want answers," says Breaux.
"We just wanna know that if it was him being irresponsible or if it was just an accident," says Broussard.
As days turned into weeks Breaux and Broussard say their frustration grew. So they decided to take matters into their own hands. Sending letters to state lawmakers asking for reform to get toxicology results back quicker.
"So far we have about three meetings set up."
Breaux says she knows of at least four states that have started using saliva testing on the scene of accidents. This allows police to determine more quickly if a driver is intoxicated. Breaux hopes her efforts can help loved ones of other victims find the closure they need.