Chandler Gerber kneels at the site of a fatal crash he caused in 2012 in Adams County, Indiana, in the Werner Herzog documentary "From One Second to the Next." Gerber was texting and driving when he crashed into a horse-drawn Amish buggy, killing three children, ages 3, 5 and 17.
Chandler Gerber kneels at the site of a fatal crash he caused in 2012 in Adams County, Indiana, in the Werner Herzog documentary "From One Second to the Next." Gerber was texting and driving when he crashed into a horse-drawn Amish buggy, killing three children, ages 3, 5 and 17. Special to Lowcountry Current
Chandler Gerber kneels at the site of a fatal crash he caused in 2012 in Adams County, Indiana, in the Werner Herzog documentary "From One Second to the Next." Gerber was texting and driving when he crashed into a horse-drawn Amish buggy, killing three children, ages 3, 5 and 17. Special to Lowcountry Current

Werner Herzog's documentary on texting and driving will have you putting down your phone

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