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Photo: Being in the zone

Dec. 11, 2014, 9:22 AM

(photo by John Russell)

The Allstate Foundation recently presented a $72,000 check to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt’s teen motor vehicle safety program, “Be in the Zone — Turn off Your Phone.” From left are Cristina Estrada, M.D., Allstate’s Allison May, Amber Greeno, MSN, Purnima Unni, MPH, Emily Riley, Dai Chung, M.D., and Allstate’s Barbara Blackford and Michelle Nanni.

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