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Eminence students hear about brain injuries, making good decisions

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By Matt Goldman

Staff writer and photographer

Eminence Middle and High School students got to see first hand on Thursday afternoon what can happen when poor decisions are made.

In honor of Red Ribbon Week, Eminence Independent Schools invited three individuals to speak about the consequences of reckless or drunk driving. Zachary Hornback, 18, Sydney Alvey, 18 and Becky Johnson, 23 have all suffered brain damage as a result of head trauma from car accidents. All three of them were introduced by their respective mothers prior to telling their stories.


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