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Evanstein Montague has taught driver's education at Enloe High School in Raleigh for roughly a dozen years. His work took on new and tragic meaning after his daughter, a doctor in Baltimore, died in a car crash on Christmas Eve in 2004. He attempts to translate his painful experience into the minds of young drivers, always telling his daughter, "I sent another good one out there."​
Evanstein Montague has taught driver's education at Enloe High School in Raleigh for roughly a dozen years. His work took on new and tragic meaning after his daughter, a doctor in Baltimore, died in a car crash on Christmas Eve in 2004. He attempts to translate his painful experience into the minds of young drivers, always telling his daughter, "I sent another good one out there."​

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UPDATED February 08, 2016 03:16 PM

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