Father Recalls How GM Crash Took Away His Beloved Daughter and Her Best Friend

Friends Natasha Weigel,18, and Amy Rademaker,15, were killed when their now-recalled Chevolet Cobalt crashed.
3:00 | 04/01/14

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Fashion. -- -- eighteen. You know just stand banks and it was Syria ample my wife's -- her only child. You know attachment to tomboy from the -- matter. You know -- -- -- -- Cadillac whatever when she was young and no write in in the end he was. We're in the tow truck and that he's been -- -- a lot of time with him. Pakistan and from day one -- repair bill wore overalls and -- you know make it thank you were -- -- -- in new you know wedding was one. And and one of the camera she had to Wear dress for school -- -- -- content it was. -- she was the jacket as well -- -- -- and then you know sweats and death. You know abilities and you know that was true life but you know there was just hysterical -- -- -- unfortunately. -- -- now with -- anymore it was AM 2005 Chevy cobalt. Com turn to a defender just out for they actually they are going to -- there's another friend's house and then -- mediate as -- trip whatever. The next town wherever he goes happening and this they -- just on the way back home. And the black -- indicated that you know we lets out an accident reports that -- you know driving on the road you know kind of lost power. Which Casey and extreme the last -- no power brake pedal powered hearing and unfortunately airbags were also -- you know disabled list it -- time. Dave they went to -- bound over a a driveway and then from there. You know within within five seconds the cars -- not I think colliding with and treason which caused a fatal -- You're wearing a shirt with your daughter on it. This is only second time I've ever -- -- the first time was at her funeral. He was. One week before his sixteenth birthday humans writing in the same tired she was the passenger in the front. He would just crazy. Mismatch he wouldn't -- even have matching quote she was always a little off the wall and -- that that there's a lot of fun. At all ended that night. And -- what are you hoping to accomplish by being here in Washington DC we hope to get. The -- bolts off the road because they are dangerous they aren't. It to be driven. And we hope GM won't face up to the fact that they a lot of troubles its been and it happened death. I understand you had a brief meeting tonight with Mary -- what was that meeting light. She come around and introduce yourself to all of us and said she was storied all of us. And and then we all got a chance to talk Darren Keller abolish our children -- died. It was very sent me. Do you feel like. It's enough. Knowledge GM still got a fess up to what they did they. Know they did wrong and they have to fess up to it. You know as Christians you know we still feel we still feel for one another and -- and you know she was sincere apologies which was you know when she said in. You know previous articles and cheap holidays. That was fine -- -- media you know this as a percent coupon date that lives. Which was you know very heartfelt and happened -- on the other hand you know we've we've got -- open wounds and sores from. You know losing loved ones that you know. The apology is you know it politics is accepted -- it's it's still not the answer to that we need.

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