Bill Gaston, father of 15-year-old Nioami Lazicki, who was struck and killed by an allegedly drunken driver while walking along a Middle Township road, asks Cape May County freeholders about getting sidewalks installed during a recent meeting.
Nioami Lazicki's parents, Christina and Bill Gaston, attend the freeholder board meeting Aug. 14.
Nioami Lazicki, daughter of Bill Gaston, 35, father and Christina Gaston, 33, was killed by an alleged drunken driver last week while walking along a Middle Township roadway. The Gastons are now petitioning freeholders to get sidewalks put in.
Len Guthrie, 68 of Green Creek speaks to freeholders about a 15-year-old Nioami Lazicki.
Terri Guthrie, 55, of Green Creek, speaks about the death of 15-year-old Nioami Lazicki on Bayshore Road.
Farrahanne Guthrie speaks out about her sister, 15-year-old Nioami Lazicki, who was killed by an alleged drunken driver.
Supporters attend the Cape May Freeholder Board meeting in August.
Louise Hammell, of Tuckerton, gave up a career in teaching to become an activist and author after her son Matthew, 17, was killed by a drunken driver in 1995.
Advocates are pushing to have a sidewalk installed along Bayshore Road in the Green Creek section of Middle Township, where two teenage girls were struck by a vehicle and killed.
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