‘Cooper’s Troopers’: Teens March for Last Time to Honor Classmate Killed by a Driver 9 Years Ago
“I definitely had to mature fast — we all did. We had to face death a lot earlier than any kid should have to,” said Palmer Pyles, 18, one of Cooper’s best friends. “These marches, and this movement, and the fight for safer streets, and to stop traffic violence have been a part of my life ever since then.”
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