It's one of the deadliest behaviors on the road and it's something most of us do everyday: speeding.
A mangled picture of Sabrina Titus's SUV paints the deadly reality of a horrifying crash.
It happened in Harrison, Maine on March 26th. In Omaha, Sabrina's mother, Karen Titus, is working through the grief. She tells WOWT 6 News she finally has answers to why the crash happened.
"She drove way too fast on that road," said Karen.
Sabrina's exact speed isn't known, but investigators said she was traveling well over the posted speed of 40 mph. Investigators added, Titus was killed on impact.
Karen said the thought of the crash continues to weigh on her mind.
"For that second, or second and a half, huh. She must have been terrified," said Karen.
Sabrina leaves behind two little children, Kayleigh and Shane.
"They are going to be forever sad, and forever missing her, just like I do," said Karen.
From this all, Karen wants this message to be heard: Speeding can kill.