Charity Cars in the News: Donated Minivan Puts Mother in Drivers Seat

When he was drunk, he hit her. When he didn’t get his way, he hit her. And then he’d apologize and threaten that she’d better not call the police. For years, Trina Pearson survived an abusive relationship, until finally, she decided to get out. She fled from her home in New York to Beaufort. But he followed her there. “It seemed like I never had freedom when he was around,” she recalled.

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