A Montreal woman shocked the court at a sentencing hearing for a man convicted of hitting her while driving under the influence by not only forgiving him, but asking for his help. Back in June 2015, Tina Adams was out jogging near her Montreal home when a car swerved off the road and hit her. Since then, Adams has become an advocate for road safety, traveling to schools to talk about her experience and the dangers of impaired driving. During Jordan Taylor's sentencing last week, he expressed remorse for his crime and Adams forgave him. She then asked him to be an advocate for school safety, which Taylor immediately agreed to. Taylor will serve eight months for the incident.
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