Families of pursuit victims live in every city, in every state, in every country. Together, we will unite to prevent these senseless tragedies from happening to others.

Little Tabatha, such a sweetheart.

Sheryl's unwanted phone caller also spoke about her adult children who were seriously injured.

She continues writing her letter, "My daughter Angela was sitting behind Renee (Tabatha's mother). Angela had internal bleeding. Her spleen was removed and part of her bowel. She had a collapsed lung & fracture of the left leg & both arms. She was in hospital for three months & came home in a wheelchair. Dean (Tabatha's Dad) and Renee are having counseling.

So it goes on & on."

—Little Tabatha's Grandmum, Sheryl Berg

For Page 3 of Sheryl Berg's Letter, click here.

More stories on Tabatha Berg published in The Sydney Morning Hearld.

Read this article written Nov. 6, 2004: "Parliament recommended restricting pursuits eight years ago."