By: Elizabeth Nickerson
March 15, 2013
Tallahassee, FL--More than a decade ago, Renee Napier's daughter was killed by a drunk driver.
Now, Napier is sharing her story to high schools, colleges and DUI offenders.
She has forgiven the drunk driver that took her daughter's life.
The driver joins her to give the talks across the nation.
"By sharing my heart with them and sharing my experience and a lot of them can see similarities in maybe their behaviors," said Eric Smallridge, an Advocate Against Drunk Driving. "So I hope by just sharing that with them that maybe they'll decide to make better choices."
Students Against Destructive Decisions organization joined the high school presentation.
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