Two Dothan High Students Are Headed to Washington D.C.

Texting, listening to music, and eating are all things that can distract you from driving but two Wiregrass students are making it their goal to keep your eyes on the road.

Cheyenne Trujillo and David Cronin have won the opportunity to go to a students against destructive decisions conference in Washington D.C. Driving while distracted is a subject they are passionate about.
They say they won't even let their parents do it. If they can save a life.. They feel it's all worth it.

"My passion is to save lives. That is something that I honestly want to do after I graduate high school. I want to open up a non-profit organization to help the youth of America," said Trujillo.


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