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December 27, 1997 | TARA MACK, THE WASHINGTON POST
The 1988 Ford Tempo hurtled down Interstate 95, careering from lane to lane at 85 miles an hour. Sherri Galves sat groggily behind the wheel, in a semiconscious diabetic haze, unable to keep control of the car. So her 10-year-old son, Wesley Tanner II, took over. "I took off my seat belt and I got over a little bit," Wesley said. "And then I had to pull [on] the wheel." He said he remembers grabbing the wheel about four times in the 30-minute journey from Falls Church, Va.
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December 27, 1997 | TARA MACK, THE WASHINGTON POST
The 1988 Ford Tempo hurtled down Interstate 95, careering from lane to lane at 85 miles an hour. Sherri Galves sat groggily behind the wheel, in a semiconscious diabetic haze, unable to keep control of the car. So her 10-year-old son, Wesley Tanner II, took over. "I took off my seat belt and I got over a little bit," Wesley said. "And then I had to pull [on] the wheel." He said he remembers grabbing the wheel about four times in the 30-minute journey from Falls Church, Va.
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