Destination Unknown 

Lives cut short, families torn apart, children mourned: the heavy toll of American roadways

Enclosed in the broken glass and crushed steel of a crumpled 1969 Plymouth Fury, Margaret Nordhagen sits next to the love of her life. Both of them are dying. For more than 68 years, Floyd had held her steady. Together they…

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