Melissa McGuinness’ son was a drunk driver.

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“This sounds harsh, but we’re in a position to be able to speak to this: Jordan didn’t have an accident; his victims had an accident. Jordan made a series of choices and developed a pattern of driving behaviours that culminated in the deaths of four other people.”

It’s a message about agency and empowerment they hope to share in as many schools around Australia as possible.

As of February this year — before life-saving coronavirus lockdowns were enforced — Melissa had reached roughly 15,000 students with her presentations. Her work recently earned her a…

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