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Fellow crash survivor looks to help families

Sarah DeForest of Clifton Park picks up donations Wednesday at New York Toy & Hobby in Clifton Park Center for a pancake breakfast to benefit the survivors of a December crash on the Northway that killed two others.
Sarah DeForest of Clifton Park picks up donations Wednesday at New York Toy & Hobby in Clifton Park Center for a pancake breakfast to benefit the survivors of a December crash on the Northway that killed two others.
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Nearly 17 years ago, Sarah Lindsey DeForest was in a devastating car crash. At the time, she was a high school senior traveling to Florida with her family from their home in Clifton Park. While driving through North Carolina on Interstate 95, a car crossed the median and hit their car head-on. The crash left her back broken in five places, her spleen ruptured and her left wrist broken. Her mother also suffered serious injuries. ...


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