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February 8, 2012—Milinda Clark, 36, of Flowood, Mississippi, was doing what many of us do. She was returning to pick up her children at church.
At the same time, Ridgeland Police received a call about two shoplifters. The police response ultimately resulted in a chase with speeds reaching at least 90 mph. And, the consequence?
Milinda Clark was killed. Her two children will bury their mother. The lives of Milinda’s family and friends are forever changed. For some, their lives are forever shattered. ...
Atlanta: Unnecessary Tragedy
January 2, 2012—A horrible year-end vehicular crash involving 10-year veteran Georgia State Trooper Donald Crozier killed Kathy Porter and injured her husband Jeff, son David and David’s friend Courtney Ann Williams. ...
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