Crisis counselors were helping students at Santana High School deal with last weeks horrific spring break accident.
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Jayli Campbell, 16, and Anthony Foreman, 18, were killed when they were thrown from a car that rolled several times last Wednesday night on SR-52 near Convoy Street.
According to California Highway Patrol investigators, the drivers, 16 year-old Zach Bishop and 18-year-old Michael Johnson, were speeding and racing when Bishop lost control, hit the median, and rolled several times.
Johnson was charged with vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence of marijuana.
Bishop was released from the hospital Friday. He is also expected to be charged in the accident.
Students Monday morning were focused on remembering Campbell and Foreman.
Both of them were just so funny, always cracking jokes, said Cheyanne Davis.
Its tragic, and yeah, some wrong decisions were made but its a learning lesson and everybody can learn from it, everybody, added Davis.
Charlotte McQuillen, 15, was also in the car that rolled. She has been in a coma, but her father said she opened her eyes briefly over the weekend and is showing other signs of progress.
Another passenger, Anthony Taylor is also still in the hospital listed in stable condition.
The principal at Santana High School started Monday morning by remembering the teens who died with a moment of silence.
The most important message that needs to get out here today for parents, as well as students, is to understand that driving an unsafe rates of speed and combining that with unsafe driving maneuvers leads to these types of tragedies, said Catherine Martin, Spokeswoman for the Grossmont Union High School District.
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