The Closer Review: One Fatal Moment

I'm not going to lie: When I was young, I used to drink and drive. Luckily, I had a DUI, an accident in which nobody was hurt and it knocked the sense into me that kept me from doing something that I might ruefully regret later.

"Road Block" examineed something I have always wondered. In the same position as Mrs. Myers, what would I have done?

Flynn was in the right place at the wrong time. When Mrs. Myers was driving on the wrong side of the road, and struck scooter-riding Gracey, Flynn was there as she died. The montage of her life as she was flying through the air and lying on the pavement was very moving. When Flynn accompanied the parents to the place where Gracie died, he told them everything she said... even that she knew her dad would be upset because he always thought she'd get hurt riding her bike. That he wasn't afraid to tell them the truth of her last moments was admirable. Read More...


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