In this 2009 photo provided by the family, Sydnee Neiman, bottom right, laughs with neighborhood friends before her fourth open-heart surgery. Neiman, who suffered from a congenital heart defect and survived four open-heart surgeries, died in late 2011 after her mother, Judy Neiman, accidentally backed over her with her SUV. Although there is a law in place that calls for new manufacturing requirements to improve the visibility behind passenger vehicles, the standards have yet to be mandated because of delays by the U.S. Department of Transportation. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Judy Neiman)

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In this 2009 photo provided by the family, Sydnee Neiman, bottom right, laughs with neighborhood friends before her fourth open-heart surgery. Neiman, who suffered from a congenital heart defect and survived four open-heart surgeries, died in late 2011 after her mother, Judy Neiman, accidentally backed over her with her SUV. Although there is a law in place that calls for new manufacturing requirements to improve the visibility behind passenger vehicles, the standards have yet to be mandated because of delays by the U.S. Department of Transportation. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Judy Neiman)
In this 2009 photo provided by the family, Sydnee Neiman, bottom right, laughs with neighborhood friends before her fourth open-heart surgery. Neiman, who suffered from a congenital heart defect and survived four open-heart surgeries, died in late 2011 after her mother, Judy Neiman, accidentally backed over her with her SUV. Although there is a law in place that calls for new manufacturing requirements to improve the visibility behind passenger vehicles, the standards have yet to be mandated because of delays by the U.S. Department of Transportation. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Judy Neiman)
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