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Take time to look, keep other safe

Dear Editor,
On Sept. 16, my family, the Moomaws, suffered a tragic loss. 
Ten days earlier, our mother/wife/grandmother was walking across the street in Garden City to attend a meeting. 
This active, healthy woman suffered a traumatic brain injury, due to a motorist backing over her.   
Since then I have had friends who have asked, “What can we do for you?”
At the time I had no answer, now I do. 
I would like for everyone to remember my mother, Bev, and be extra vigilant when driving or walking. 
I ask that motorists take a second, and possibly ...

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