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Faces of Distracted Driving: Alison Holden

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Published on Mar 16, 2012

On April 27, 2009, Alison Holden of Washington, DC, was driving to work when she was rear-ended at a stoplight by a driver who was sending a text message. She was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. In the months after the accident, she suffered from short-term memory loss and struggled to care for her son while recovering from her injuries. She required extensive physical therapy, and she still feels effects from the crash today.

For more information, please visit www.distraction.gov. To share your story, email faces@distraction.gov.

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