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(Jan. 22) -- On a cold Friday afternoon, Dec. 11, 2009, my life was forever changed.The day started like any other, as we got our family up and each of our children to school. The afternoon rolled around, and I waited, as I did every school day, for my precious 5-year-old son, Nathaniel Glenn Key, to hop off the bus and come happily home.Nathan Key was killed as he was getting off his school bus by a driver who decided to pass the stopped bus.But that day, a driver decided to recklessly pass and ignore the school bus' flashing red lights and stop sign and drive around it.He hit and killed Nathan, just a few feet from our house, just days before Christmas.
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