With the help of a bench vice and a large box-end wrench, I bent the screw driver into the approximate shape I needed and, once I was done, I hammered it into the broken end of the brake armature. Next, I drilled the entire makeshift contraption for a set screw. Less than two hours after my close call, I had my bike back in working order with a really snazzy-looking wooden brake pedal.
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