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Marion County Students Take Pledges To Drive Safely In Light Of Recent Teen Deaths

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Over a five month period in the current school year four teenagers in Marion County have lost their lives while driving. All were students at North Marion High School, and all four of them died in car accidents involving excessive speed. As Kaitlyn Ash reports, students at North Marion High School decided they don’t want to see any more classmates die in preventable accidents and are taking action.

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