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Gregg Spindler, 58, of Cazenovia, N.Y., speaks Thursday in Sioux Falls regarding reforms he is proposing to South Dakota's drunken driving laws. Spindler's daughter, 25-year-old Maegan Spindler, was killed by a drunken driver in July in Pickstown. (Chris Mueller/The Daily Republic)

UPDATE: NY man, father of Pickstown DUI victim, speaks to Sioux Falls audience

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SIOUX FALLS — Gregg Spindler paused, shook his head and held back tears as he described the crash that took his daughter’s life.

In July, Spindler’s daughter, 25-year-old Maegan Spindler, and her co-worker, 46-year-old Robert Klumb, died when they were hit by an allegedly drunken driver as they were walking across a hotel parking lot in Pickstown.

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