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It started out as a post-swim meet pizza date. All too soon, the evening turned into on of screams and death, four lives lost, two kids terribly injured, the Buick smashed beyond recognition by the impact of the heavier convertible, whose driver was the fourth fatality. But it didn't end then. Forty years later, after-effects of the crash were still reverberating among the survivors--siblings, parents, friends, neighbors, and teachers--who were left to deal with the follow-on realities of a terrible tragedy, one more episode in the continuing American story of drunk driving and its consequences. . . .an exceptionally well done account of the long term consequences of an alcohol crash, noted Chuck Hurley, CEO, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
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Jack Torry was living in Birmingham, Michigan, where the crash occurred, at the time it happened. He returned forty years later to investigate the crash and its aftermath. Torry covers Congresss, the Supreme Court, and politics for the Washington Bureau of the Columbus, Ohio Dispatch. Henderson's Light is his second book. His first was Endless Summers: the Fall and Rise of the Cleveland Indians. Torry and his wife Saundra life in Leesburg, Virginia.
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Book Description Countinghouse Press, Inc., 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0978619196
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