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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's being done to prevent another tragedy.

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

KILLED BY A CAR LAST MONTH.THE COMMUNITY ROCKED BY THETRAGEDY...12 YEAR OLD JONNY SMITH - WASHIT WHILE TRYING TO CROSS THESTREET NEAR FAISS MIDDLESCHOOLSHORTLY AFTER SCHOOLLET OUT.13 ACTION NEWS REPORTER AUSTINCARTER IS LIVE OUTSIDE WET NWILD THIS MORNINGWITH WHAT'SBEING DONE...TO PREVENT ANOTHERTRAGEDY.((PKG)) IT WAS THIS CRASH THATBROKE THE HEARTS OF A SOUTHWESTVALLEY COMMUNITY WHILETRYING TO CROSS FORT APACHENEAR MAULE IN LATE MARCH -12 YEAR OLD JONNY SMITH WASKILLED AFTER BEING HIT BY ACAR THE CRASH HAPPENING JUSTSTEPS AWAY FROM FAISS MIDDLESCHOOL WHERE HE ATTENDED.((VIGIL VIDEO)) HUNDREDS CAMEOUT TO REMEMBER HIM AT THISMEMORIAL - AND TODAY- THECOMMUNITY IS COMING TOGETHERONCE AGAINWITH THE HOPES OFPREVENTING ANOTHER TRAGEDY.((SOT)) "WE HOPE TO TALK TO ALOT OF KIDS AND THEIR PARENTSABOUT WHAT THE RULES ARE" ERINBREEN IS WITH UNLV'S VULNERABLEROAD USER'S PROJECT - THEY'REPARTNERING UP WITH WET'N'WILDWATER PARK TO HOLD A FUNDRAISERFOR JONNY'S FAMILY AS THEY TRYTO HEALAND TO KEEP FOLKS INTHE COMMUNITY SAFE ((SOT))"THIS PARTICULAR LOCATION HAS AYEAR ROUND ISSUE OF PEOPLESTREAMING ACROSS A VERY FASTSTREET, ANYTIME THERE'S ATRAGEDY WE WANT TO COME OUT ANDTRY TO MITIGATE THAT PROBLEM."IN ADDITION TO COLLECTINGDONATIONS FOR THE SMITH FAMILY- ORGANIZERS WILL BE GIVINGTIPS AND ADVICE ON HOW TO BE ASAFE PEDESTRIAN AND DRIVER...((SOT)) "WHAT I WANT TO SEEHAPPEN IS THAT WE PLAN FORDOLLAR FROM EACH TICKET SOLDTODAY TO JONN'Y GOFUNDMEPAGE THE EVENT IS HAPPENINGFROM 11AM TO 5PM TODAYAC13AN...FROM EACH TICKET SOLD TODAY TOJONN'Y GOFUNDME PAGE THEEVENT IS HAPPENING FROM 11AM TO5PM TODAYAC 13AN...THERE'S A NEW MAN IN CHARGE ATCAESARS ENTERTAINMENT...THE COMPANY




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