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What was the name of the victim in this segment?

Question What was the name of the victim in this segment?

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• Steven Leslie was convicted of what after causing a fatal collision?
• Dead in Five Seconds, this film was dedicated to:
• A vehicle should never be parked closer to a fire hydrant than:
• After you start your vehicle, always check your __________.
• Cars parked on the side of a highway at night should show:
• If a child ran into the road 65 to 70 feet ahead of your vehicle, what is the highest speed from which you could stop with good brakes before hitting him?
• When following another vehicle, how much driving time should you maintain between yourself and the vehicle you are following?
• Your drivers license may be suspended for causing:
• When possible, pedestrians should walk:
• When making a long trip, you should stop for a rest:
• When parking headed downhill it is best to:
• Personal grooming is best done:
• The most important thing in backing a motor vehicle is:
• When turning you should give the proper signal:
• Why should you drive slower at night?
• When parking near a corner, you may park your vehicle no closer than:
• You can lawfully allow an object to extend beyond the left side of your vehicle:
• You must always accept the right-of-way in any given situation?
• When parking parallel, it is best to leave the curb side wheels:
• The driver in this segment escaped with minor bruises
• Steven leslie wrote the letter to:
• What was the name of the victim in this segment?
• Steven Leslie says forgiveness cannot make him forget what happened.
• Dead in 5 seconds was dedicated to:
• How long was Steven Leslie sentenced to prison?
• Steven Leslie was convicted of what kind of felony?
• Where was Steven Leslie from?
• What was the name of the driver of the car that caused the first accident?
• Steven Leslie showed no remorse in this segment.
• Steven Leslie feels he has paid his price.
• Steven Leslie was convicted of _____ after causing a fatal collision.
• Organ donation was mentioned in the beginning of this segment.

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