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Updated: 5:14 PM Jul 14, 2010
Just Drive 11 Cares Special Report: Family shares story of tragedy in hopes of changing driving habits
A Colorado family's life was forever changed when a distracted driver hit and killed their precious daughter. Now they are working to spread awareness and their message that distracted driving kills.
Posted: 8:04 AM Jul 14, 2010
Reporter: Natalie Pallone
Email Address: nataliep@nbc11news.com
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  • by Laurie Location: Takoma Park, Maryland on Jul 14, 2010 at 01:41 PM
    My 23-year-old son was killed May 5th on a Colorado highway near Fort Carson. He was using his cell phone when traffic stopped suddenly in front of him and he slammed into a pickup. I too joined FocusDriven through Facebook, and I'm getting the word out against cell phone driving through radio and TV.
  • by Brad Location: Grand Junction on Jul 14, 2010 at 09:17 AM
    I am very Curious? Why no mention of what was done to the driver, or their name?
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