Personal Narrative That Changed My Life

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It was October 12, 2007. A calm and quiet evening and an empty highway lined with trees. Something happened that changed my life forever. I lost someone I loved and will never be the same without him. There was a devastating car accident that cost my father his life. To begin with, my parents got a divorce when I was four years old. My father had a fiance for about a year or two after the divorce and was living with her. He had an alcohol problem. After he was coming back from Toledo, Ohio from his job, he was intoxicated and had the dumb idea to try to drive home. On his way home, someone called the police because he was swerving all over the road. Minutes after the police were called, he fell asleep and swerved completely

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