There it was on the 11 o'clock news, another horrible accident on the freeway.
A family was coming home from an outing at Sea World and a car slammed into the back of their van, engulfing it in flames. The father, Steve Dunham, is on a respirator; the mother, Cheryl, and 3-year-old Mandy left with burns on 30% of their bodies, and Drew, who would have started school next week, dead.
Why am I writing of this tragedy? Because it happened to close family friends of mine, and in my anguish, it is the only thing I can think of to do.
I see you on the freeways, driving on the edge, going way too fast switching lanes to gain a car's length, tailgating the car ahead--always in a hurry. Believe me, nothing is worth the life of an innocent child.