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Texting while driving target of Schalmont program

Schalmont High School student Yalema Nichols, 16, signs a pledge never to text while driving during a program in the school's auditorium Wednesday.
Schalmont High School student Yalema Nichols, 16, signs a pledge never to text while driving during a program in the school's auditorium Wednesday.
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LOL. Yeah. Where u at. Where r. Those four text messages, each typed or read by teenage drivers, caused lives to be altered or ended. The tragic stories, which vividly illustrate the dangers of texting and driving, were told in the documentary “The Last Text,” shown to about 250 Schalmont High School juniors and seniors Wednesday, as part of AT&T’s anti-texting-while-driving program, “It Can Wait.” The auditorium was hushed as the students heard stories about ...


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