PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A California police division is utilizing the tragic demise of a former CBS3 intern to speak concerning the risks of distracted driving.
All through Wednesday, the Azusa Police Division is sharing the story of Casey Feldman’s final day on Twitter, by talking from her perspective.
“The social media workforce labored on this undertaking with the woman’s mother and father, who absolutely help the division’s efforts in drawing consideration to the mindless killing of their daughter,” the division stated.
Feldman, a former intern at CBS3 in 2009, was killed on July 17, 2009, by a distracted driver. She was struck in a crosswalk on her strategy to her summer time job as a waitress in Ocean Metropolis, New Jersey.
Feldman was a senior at Fordham College on the time and was learning to grow to be a journalist.
Following her dying, her household arrange The Casey Feldman Memorial Basis which supplies “monetary help to people, teams, and establishments whose pursuits and objectives align with these of Casey.”
To comply with Feldman’s story by means of the Azusa Police Division, please click on right here.