Winnipeg woman will come to schools to speak to children about road safety rules.
Cheryl Dupuis lost her daughter 18 years ago but she is still grieving and asks all young people to be more careful while driving.
On National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims the woman made a speech and said that the situation that happened to her daughter can happen to anyone. The most important thing is that it can be avoided if a person follows all the rules of Traffic Laws and thinks about his safety.
Cheryl said the tragedy occurred in Saskatchewan in 2000. Her daughter was a young, intelligent and pretty girl, and she should not have died that day. The whole life was ahead.
The woman will go to schools in Manitoba to tell children how important it is to value their lives and that no risk is worth dying. During all these years, the woman spoke to more than 270,000 students. She told her story and many of them thanked her for changing their lives for the better.