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  • Friends and students of Metea Valley High School football player and fellow student Devin Meadows stop by the house on the 2700 block of Hamman Way in Aurora Tuesday morning. Meadows was killed earlier this morning when a car he was riding in went out of control and smashed into the house.

      Friends and students of Metea Valley High School football player and fellow student Devin Meadows stop by the house on the 2700 block of Hamman Way in Aurora Tuesday morning. Meadows was killed earlier this morning when a car he was riding in went out of control and smashed into the house.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

 
 

Prayer service today for teen killed in Aurora crash

A prayer service will be held today for Devin Meadows, a 15-year-old sophomore at Metea Valley High School in Aurora who was killed early Tuesday when a car he was a passenger in crashed into an Aurora home. Friends and family will mourn him at 5:30 p.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, 3000 Liberty St., in Aurora. Full story.

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