Girl Paralyzed in DUI Accident Writes Letter to Drivee

Chilli Vasquez brought the courtroom to tears when she read her letter to the convicted drunk driver.
3:00 | 11/14/12

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The words of a nine year old brought a Texas courtroom. To two years -- Vasquez confronted the drunk driver convicted of hitting her family car. Paralyzing a little girl from the chest down he was sentenced Wednesday to ten years in prison. And at today's hearing the nine year old address the man and the court with a letter called from one of your victims. We'll kick -- -- every -- didn't do my team bragging how to do my math and announced my mom dad and I'll let me. That I chat -- announced. There games that I -- I -- I can't do when I think in. Chile believes that she will walk again. And hopes to someday become a doctor.

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