Young people discuss ‘Teen Invincibility: Myths, Realities’

Acorn Staff Writer

The traffic death last December of two Westlake High School students served as a sobering reminder—at least for one group of civic-minded young people—that teens are not "invincible."
Not long after the Westlake tragedy, a former Oak Park high student died in a traffic accident in Lake Sherwood.
Because of the deaths, the Conejo/Las Virgenes Future Foundation hosted its 18th annual Youth Congress recently to discuss the topic, "Teen Invincibility: Myt...

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