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Mother of teens killed in crash talks to Carbondale police

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Kim Schlau, of O'Fallon, Ill., had two teenage girls that were killed in a crash caused by a distracted Illinois trooper in 2007. Kim Schlau, of O'Fallon, Ill., had two teenage girls that were killed in a crash caused by a distracted Illinois trooper in 2007.
In the presentation, she talked about how the trooper was driving 126 mph and talking on his cell phone when he lost control of the car. In the presentation, she talked about how the trooper was driving 126 mph and talking on his cell phone when he lost control of the car.
He then crashed into a car with Schlau's two girls, Jessica and Kelli Uhl, in it and killed them. He then crashed into a car with Schlau's two girls, Jessica and Kelli Uhl, in it and killed them.
Schlau told her story to not only Carbondale Police Department, but dozens of other departments around the nation. Schlau told her story to not only Carbondale Police Department, but dozens of other departments around the nation.
She described the events and the aftermath with photos of her girls and the mangled vehicles. She described the events and the aftermath with photos of her girls and the mangled vehicles.
CARBONDALE, IL (KFVS) -

The Carbondale Police Department met with a woman Monday who gave a presentation on why it is important to pay attention while driving.

Kim Schlau, of O'Fallon, Ill., had two teenage girls that were killed in a crash caused by a distracted Illinois trooper in 2007.

In the presentation, she talked about how the trooper was driving 126 mph and talking on his cell phone when he lost control of the car. He then crashed into a car with Schlau's two girls, Jessica and Kelli Uhl, in it and killed them.

Schlau told her story to not only Carbondale Police Department, but dozens of other departments around the nation. She described the events and the aftermath with photos of her girls and the mangled vehicles.

Her mission is to prevent death and injuries to police officers and citizens by putting down the phone and other distractions while driving and concentrate on the road.

Schlau is also scheduled to talk with the Carbondale Police Department on December 18 and 20.

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