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Below is a list of families whose child, ages from 0 - 3yrs, has died as the result of a drunk driver crash. The families you find here have consented to being contacted to receive and provide support in this way. Please feel free to contact as many as you would like. Every effort is made to make sure the e-mail address for each family is current. But, as it often happens, sometimes addresses change for different reasons and without notice.

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e-mail: omarandtrisha@msn.com
lost her 6 month old daughter, Cloe, on 4/22/2004 as the result of being hit by a drunk driver. "April 22nd of 2004 forever changed our family. We were hit by a drunk driver and our youngest daughter, Cloe was 6 months old and was killed. My husband and I have severe injuries and our then 2yr old daughter Zoe had a broken leg, bruises and scrapes."
e-mail: eades5point0@msn.com
lost her 7 month old daughter, Jenna, on 4/1/2007 as the result of a car crash. "My beautiful daughter Jenna Lynne was critically injured when a loser rear-ended us at a high speed.  He claims "he never saw us".  My daughter passed away due to a severe head injury the next day.  I am so heartbroken and I hate living.  I miss her so much and the pain is just horrible.  Jenna is my best friend and my life revolved around her.  I hate the fact that I have lived 3.5 months since she passed.  How fair is that?  I would do anything to take her spot and let her live.  She didn't deserve any of this and I ask 'why' everyday.  She was a very happy, loving baby.  She said mamma a couple days before the wreck and was a day away from crawling.  My life will never be the same...I am so devastated.  I love her so much and I would do anything to have her back. 
Another hard thing to deal with is not knowing a single person or situation similar to mine.  I have researched and researched for stories like mine.  Nothing comes up.  It makes it so worse.  My daughter didn't deserve to be hurt...she was so innocent and happy.  I just don't understand.

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