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(Studio: Kelli Arena) Report introduced.
(Miami, Florida: Art Harris) The story of Miami police officer William Lacasse, whose son died drag racing and who now cruises the streets on a crusade against the dangerous activity when he is off-duty, presented; scenes shown from the site of Lacasse’s son’s crash and of cars racing. [LACASSE – says if he can save somebody else’s child, he will do it; talks about his search for other teens who race; says the youths believe they will be alive forever.] [TEEN – comments on his racing.]
- Arena, Kelli;
- Harris, Art
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