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Crash victim re-victimized by apparent good Samaritans; Why aren't police towing uninsured drivers?

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What we’re working on:

A family is looking for answers after a devastating case of adding insult to injury.  A wife on the side of the road with her husband after a wreck, victimized by apparent good Samaritans.  The way you can help tonight at 10.

It’s a self-defense technique many women are prepared to use, but do they know how to do it the right way? Jason Miles shows you the proper way to pepper spray at 10.

Tennessee was supposed to start towing the cars of drivers cited for driving without insurance July 1. But that’s not happening.  Andy Wise reveals the theories behind that decision at 10. 

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