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Chesapeake high school holds graduation, honors 2 seniors involved in fatal crash

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NORFOLK, Va. - The 2017 senior class at Chesapeake's Great Bridge High School will be without two of its own at Friday's graduation ceremony at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.

Great Bridge seniors Kaitlyn Duffy and Sabrina Mundorff were driving in the Pungo area of Virginia Beach May 19 when they were hit by a truck.

The driver of the stuck has since been charged with a DUI.

Duffy died and Mundorff was critically injured.

The school agreed to leave two seats open for the two at graduation.

The girls were also included in a pre-ceremony power point, ribbons were available in Kaitlyn’s memory and a moment of silence was observed.

The girls’ parents were provided special seating and had an opportunity to receive their daughters' diplomas.


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