By CRAIG S. TREADWAY
9:33 AM EDT, April 13, 2010
NEW YORK (WPIX)
In the most jarring few seconds of the public service announcement, set of headlights approaches us, bigger and bigger and then the head on crash, and then screams, and then darkness.
It was July 2, 2005, following a family wedding in which 7-year-old Katie Flynn was a flower girl. Katie and her family were being driven home in a limousine by 59-year-old Stanley Rabinowitz when they were struck head on by a pickup truck driven by 25-year-old Martin Heidgen.
Rabinowitz was killed instantly, the limo split in half by the force of the crash.
Young Katie also died, and once again the world saw the human cost of drunken driving.
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