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Fighting tears at times, mother and daughter listened intently as Good shared her harrowing story and made her impassioned case against distracted driving.”It’s a very personal experience for me,” said Hahnlen, a Berks County resident. “My daughter will start driving in November, so I thought it was really important for her to hear (Good) speak.”As an ICU nurse, she said, “Unfortunately, I see it all.”And having seen so much, she said she knows there’s a real need to better educate kids about driver safety.That was the aim of the free breakfast seminar organized by BCF Group, a Lancaster insurance provider.A hundred teens and parents turned out at Clipper Magazine Stadium to hear Good and other speakers, including Melannie Bryson, whose son was one of four Manheim Central High School football players killed in a car crash in 2011.Young drivers are warned all the time about the dangers of distracted driving.But there’s nothing like looking into the faces of one woman who lost her parents and another who lost her son to drive the message home.”It was very powerful, and it was very moving,” said Forrest Brooks, who’s 17 and a junior at Warwick High School, Jacy Good’s alma mater.”Their experiences can impact and influence us all if we’re willing to listen.”Jacy Good just had graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, and was being driven home to Brunnerville by her parents when her family’s station wagon was struck head on by a tractor trailer.The tractor trailer driver swerved to avoid a minivan that had failed to stop at a red light. The minivan driver was talking on his phone.Jay and Jean Good died at the scene.
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