BOISE -- A Utah man who killed two people in a crash while texting and driving was at Boise State Thursday night to share his story.
Reggie Shaw was 19 when the wreck happened in 2006.
"I was on my way to work and I made a choice to use my phone as I drove," he said. "I was texting and driving and I went across the centerline, and I hit another car."
Two men in the other vehicle - rocket scientists with wives, children, sisters and brothers - were killed. The collision led to Utah passing one of the toughest texting while driving laws in the nation.
Shaw said that even a decade later, he thinks about his deadly decision and it's impact every day. Now, he uses his story to caution others about the consequences of texting and driving.
"If I could go back, I wish I could change it, but I can't," he said. "So my goal is to go out and speak to others and share my story, and say 'this is the choice I made, but you don't have to do it. You don't have to do these things, you don't have to put families through what I put families through.'"
Click above to watch Shaw's entire interview.