Cultural changes 30 years after Todd Morsilli accident
SO MUCH HAS CHANGED: Richard and Carole Morsilli, whose story about their son's death by a drunk driver resounded nationwide, talk about how attitudes have changed in 30 years.
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#1 Feb 23, 2013
I remember reading the Morsilli's story in Reader's Digest during the summer of 1984. It affected me to the point where I still remember it 30 years later. The love that the family members had for each other was so evident, and the story of Todd's death was heartbreaking. Bravo to the family for working so hard to prevent something like this from happening to another family. I send them my best thoughts, love, and hopes for healing.
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