Savannah Nash’s first solo drive sadly turned out to be her last. Nash, who had recently turned 16, got permission to drive to the store in Harrisonville, Missouri to pick up items for the family dinner. Her vehicle slammed into a tractor-trailer on the way and she died at the scene. The crash may have been caused from texting while driving. Image provided by www.huffingtonpost.com Investigators say the crash occurred when Nash turned left into the path of the truck, which was unable to brake in time. A family member of Nash’s died at the same location years earlier. Investigators said they found an unsent text message on Nash’s cell phone. They believe that texting and driving was a factor in the crash. If you are interested in having us speak at your child’s school as a part of our Commit to Quit texting and driving program, please visit: https://www.lawampm.com/community/commit-quit/ Read the full article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/17/savannah-nash-dies-texting_n_3294935.html?utm_hp_ref=email_share#slide=2468828
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