Gail Rehme poses for a photo near the stretch of highway where 26 years ago her brother, David Poenicke, was killed by a drunk driver Thursday, July 1, 2010, in Florissant, Mo. A Missouri law passed last year allows the relatives of drunken driving victims to request special blue road signs, so long as they pay $600 to cover production and installation to honor their loved ones. A sign honoring Poenicke like the one Rehme is holding was the first to be installed in the state.

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Gail Rehme poses for a photo near the stretch of highway where 26 years ago her brother, David Poenicke, was killed by a drunk driver Thursday, July 1, 2010, in Florissant, Mo. A Missouri law passed last year allows the relatives of drunken driving victims to request special blue road signs, so long as they pay $600 to cover production and installation to honor their loved ones. A sign honoring Poenicke like the one Rehme is holding was the first to be installed in the state.

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