After a month in the hospital, Amanda Craig, 24, of Modesto, left, meets Destiny Perez, 16, of Waterford for the first time since a head-on crash in January left Craig seriously injured. The two met Monday at Craig’s grandfather’s home in Patterson, where she is recuperating.
After a month in the hospital, Amanda Craig, 24, of Modesto, left, meets Destiny Perez, 16, of Waterford for the first time since a head-on crash in January left Craig seriously injured. The two met Monday at Craig’s grandfather’s home in Patterson, where she is recuperating. Christopher Winterfeldt cwinterfeldt@modbee.com
After a month in the hospital, Amanda Craig, 24, of Modesto, left, meets Destiny Perez, 16, of Waterford for the first time since a head-on crash in January left Craig seriously injured. The two met Monday at Craig’s grandfather’s home in Patterson, where she is recuperating. Christopher Winterfeldt cwinterfeldt@modbee.com

Crash turns into friendship for victim, rescuer

February 09, 2015 08:51 PM

UPDATED February 10, 2015 08:04 AM

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