Nineteen years ago today five year old Adam Ranger was killed after a truck failed to stop for his school bus in Mattawa.

The Let’s Remember Adam campaign has released a fourth video in the ‘This has to stop, We need to stop!’ initiative.

The video, called ‘The thing I remember most’ (below), calls on Ontarians, including parents, grandparents, caregivers, bus drivers, school teachers and administrators to join the Let’s Remember Adam initiative by writing their municipal and provincial government representatives to get stop – arm cameras on school buses across Ontario.

“My family and I remember Adam every single day,” said Pierre Ranger, Chairman of Let’s Remember Adam – STOP FOR THE SCHOOL BUS. “Today, we are asking that everyone join us in remembering Adam by telling your government leaders you want this to stop…Together, we can honour Adam’s memory by taking less than one minute out of our day to impact change and get stop-arm cameras on all school buses so that all children can travel to and from school safely.”

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"This is my mission. That I don't have to do this anymore." – Stop-Arm Cameras for all School Buses in Ontario

Today is the day you were taken from us my boy. February 11th, 2000 at 3:35 pm Adam Ernest Ranger was killed because one driver didn't STOP for your School Bus! And for a time it felt like our lives ended too! Although I am full of sadness — your influence still guides us. The Love we all share will NEVER Die. It brings us the strength to continue to Fight to KEEP other children safe. No matter where we are, no matter what we are doing —- we are aware of Your Absence. We Love you Always and Forever No Matter What Adam! Love Mom xox—————-We will respond to comments below via messenger to explain how you can help today.

Posted by Let's Remember Adam STOP for the School BUS on Sunday, February 10, 2019

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