What I Learned the Day I Almost Killed My Family

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It was the 1980s in rural Australia, and my sister was giving me my first driving lesson.

There are the controls, put your belt on, let’s go, she said. Her baby son was strapped in the back and seventeen-year-old me was in the driver’s seat for the first time.




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