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Wet‘n’Wild Las Vegas fundraiser for boy killed by car

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Wet‘n’Wild Las Vegas fundraiser for boy killed by car

Wet‘n’Wild Las Vegas fundraiser for boy killed by car

On April 17 a local water park is holding a fundraiser for a middle school student who was killed last month.

12-year-old Jonny Smith was trying to cross the street near Faiss Middle School shortly after school let out.

13 Action News Reporter Austin Carter has the latest on what&apos;s being done to prevent another tragedy.

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