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Three Lakes High School students sign pledge to never text and drive

Wierschke
encourages
his peers

Nearly 200 students at Three Lakes High School learned about the dangers of texting and driving and were urged to sign a pledge to never text behind the wheel during an event at the school last Friday.

Three Lakes teamed up with AT&T, AAA and the Wisconsin State Patrol in a public awareness campaign to urge the school’s students, and all drivers, that text messages should wait until after driving.

Three Lakes senior Austin Wierschke, the two-time LG U.S. National Texting Champion, also challenged his peers to join him in taking the AT&T pledge to never text and drive.

Last August, Wierschke won the sixth annual LG U.S. National Texting

Tuesday, March 12, 2013 7:03 PM
 

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