The remains of former Centralia College student Heather Lerch's vehicle was on display at Northgate Mall as a tool to show the dangers of texting-while-driving.

Remains of a Texting-While-Driving Accident on Display | Bellevue Accident Attorney


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5/26/2011
Kasia Kim
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As reported by the Maple Leaf Life, the remains of Heather Lerch's vehicle was on display Monday and Tuesday at Northgate Mall to show what can happen as a result of texting and driving.

Just over a year ago, former Centralia College student Lerch was texting while driving when she crashed into a guardrail and was instantly killed.  She was just 3 miles from her home.

Lerch's parents created the website Heather's Story as a result of her tragic accident.  The campaign was designed to discourage texting and driving.  They released her vehicle remains as a display to show the dangers of texting while driving.

Andrew Kim and everybody here at the Andrew Kim Law Firm are big advocates for No Texting While Driving! If you or someone you know was injured as a result of a car accident, Andrew Kim Law Firm call help.  An experienced attorney will speak with you in a free consultation to discuss your accident and any questions you may have.  In the Bellevue and surrounding area, call (425) 289-1990. In Tacoma (253) 682-2000 or toll free at (800) 636-3676.

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