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It was coincident that the driver was driving distracted. She's just one of 387,000 who get injured a year
Why was it, Peggy? She did nothing wrong.
Ten percent of 15-19-year-olds drive distracted.
It wasn't Peggy's fault. The other kid was in the prime age of distracted driving.
From ages 20-23 the percent of drivers driving distracted is 27% Those are the ones reported with fatal crashes.
Peggy didn't even allow other people in the car to have phones. She didn't brush her teeth put on lipstick or anything.
Peggy did everything she could. She tried to avoid it.
Peggy was our friend. Her dying wish was that no one texts and drives. Over 3,200 people die a year from distracted driving.
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