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August 17, 2008

Forest Hill teen honored in 13-mile run in Colorado

A Forest Hill teenager who was hit by a car and killed while riding his bicycle in 2003 was to be among those honored yesterday during the Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 Pikes Peak Run to Remember.

Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 was founded by Tom Everson to promote safer communities by slowing down drivers. Everson, his two sons and others were scheduled to make the 13-mile vertical run up Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs, Colo., in memory of 25 children from around the country who died because someone was driving too fast or carelessly.

Tyler Tscheschlog, 14, son of Doreen Tremper, was hit and killed in front of his home in 2003. His name was among 25 printed on commemorative T-shirts for the run.

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