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WILMINGTON—Terry Randolph will never have another family dinner again. Her 10 grandchildren will never know the love of their grandfather Benny since he was struck and killed by a drunk driver two years ago.
“I don’t even like to say he died. He didn’t die—he was killed brutally,” Randolph, the keynote speaker at last week’s candlelight vigil remembering victims of drunk driving, told a packed crowd as her children and grandchildren looked on somberly from the front row.
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