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Maegen Spindler, 25, was killed in a July 8 crash in Pickstown. She and a colleague were standing in a parking lot when they were struck by a Lake Andes man now accused of drunken driving.

Victim’s family wants stiffer DUI laws

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The family of a woman killed in a July 8 crash in Pickstown is calling on South Dakotans to stiffen their drunken driving laws.

“We call upon Governor Dennis Daugaard and the South Dakota Legislature to take definitive action which makes the state ‘best in class’ with DUI enforcement and prevention,” said a statement issued by Gregg Spindler, father of crash victim Maegen Spindler.

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