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Remembering those killed by distracted drivers; including Robert Brau of Willmar

Erica Dischino / Tribune Donna, left, and Terry Brau kneel Tuesday by their son’s sign, 21-year-old Robert Brau, who was killed by a distracted driver four years ago. Members of the Brau family decided to place these signs at Robbins Island Park in Willmar as a reminder to drivers to focus on the road and not their cell phone. 1 / 3
Erica Dischino / Tribune Faces of victims killed in distracted driving crashes line the entrance Tuesday of Robbins Island Park in Willmar to honor their lives that were cut short. 2 / 3
Erica Dischino / Tribune A sign of Robert Brau, who was killed four years ago by a distracted driver, is of several that lining the entrance of Robbins Island Park on Tuesday in Willmar. 3 / 3

WILLMAR - Faces of victims killed in distracted driving crashes lined the entrance of Robbins Island Park on Tuesday to honor their lives that were cut short, including 21-year-old Robert Brau of Willmar, who died exactly four years earlier. Members of the Brau family took a stand against distracted driving and decided to place these signs as a reminder to those drivers in the Willmar area to focus on the road and not their cell phone.

Erica Dischino

Erica Dischino is the photographer for the West Central Tribune. Hailing from northern New Jersey, she graduated from Ithaca College in central New York with a bachelors in Journalism and Photography. Follow her on Instagram.

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