Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Moose Jaw Times-Herald: A lifelong sentence

Couple travels to Moose Jaw to share their story on lasting effects of impaired driving  

Lisa Goudy/Times-Herald

Marilou and Alex Haughey show a photo of their
son, James Paul (J.P.) Haughey, who was killed
by an impaired driver on May 5, 2014.

By Lisa Goudy

Once or twice every week, Marilou and Alex Haughey visit the cemetery.

They have done so for more than two years. It’s been more than two years since their only son, 17-year-old James Paul (J.P.) was killed by a drunk driver in Saskatoon.

“It’s just emptiness, the loss that you can never replace, never replace it, and you live with this every single day you think about James,” says Alex. 

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