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Topic - Garo Mardirossian
Noriko Uno was afraid of driving fast, often avoiding the freeway and taking the same route every day from her Upland home to and from her family's sushi restaurant. She put only 10,000 miles on her 2006 Camry in about four years.
"Imagine her strapped into her Toyota Camry driving 100 mph knowing the next move would be fatal," he said. "She saved many lives by veering off into that center median knowing that death was near."
Pulling the handbrake had "zero effect," Mr. Mardirossian said.