Today marks the 6th year anniversary of the tragic death of Daviess County High School student Megan Miller. I remember that day very well. I was working with the school's musical theatre program and many students involved were friends with Megan. She had planned to come watch them at the school's auditorium. I remember, vividly, the immediate sense of sorrow and doom when they learned of what happened to their friend. And, this week, Megan's friends and family are remembering, vividly, that day and crash all over again. See, Megan was not wearing a seatbelt March 19th, 2006, the day she crashed on U.S. 60. And the question, "What if she had been?" lurks in the back of the minds of everyone who knew and loved her. But sometimes tragedies like these ignite powerful change. And powerful change is exactly what Megan's family remains committed to.