This first week of September marks the two year anniversary of the tragic death of an 8-year-old Tallahassee girl, and the movement she inspired.
RonShay Dugans died in 2008 when a cement truck driver crashed into the school bus in which she was riding on September 5th.
The driver Marchuan Andrews was found to be "drowsy" at the time of the accident.
Dugans' family pushed to have legislation passed that would keep sleepy drivers off the road.
The RonShay Dugans Act proclaims the first week of September, Drowsy Driving Prevention Week.
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