'Why take that risk?' Mother's warning after 16-year-old daughter died in illegal street racing crash

A California mother is warning people about the dangers of illegal street racing after she lost her daughter. Lili Trujillo Puckett is the founder of "Street Racing Kills." She started the organization after her 16-year-old died in a car crash when a friend decided to race another friend. "She was just a passenger in the backseat of the boy's car. He was taking her home. He was a week shy of 18. She was 16 years old with her girlfriends. He saw a friend. They challenged each other to a street race and crashed and killed my daughter," said Puckett.