Friends Mariela McNeal (left), 15, and Lauren Crossley, 14, hug near the entrance of Jackson High School where friends and family gathered Thursday to write messages of remembrance for three teens killed in a car crash in Lynnwood early Wednesday. All three who were killed were students at Jackson High School. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

‘You deserve better’: 3 crash victims mourned at Jackson High

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