This year’s campaign is backed by Angie Smith, whose sixteen year old son Kyle was killed in a car crash in 2005. He was not wearing a seatbelt.
The devastation in the years after is far worse than the initial shock that someone’s been killed. It totally takes over your life, to the point where you can’t move forward from that date.
“Kyle’s death was avoidable, and I can never alter that but I do hope that through education and continued re-enforcing of the rules we can reduce road deaths."
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