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A.F. High School Mourns Death of Student Body Pres.

A.F. High School Mourns Death of Student Body Pres.

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(KSL News) Students at American Fork High School are mourning the death of their student-body president. A candlelight vigil was held tonight at the school in honor of Travis Landeen, who died yesterday in a car accident in Idaho.

Landeen served the students at American Fork High as student-body president and graduated from high school less than a month ago. Another student, Jonathan Keith, was seriously hurt in the crash, but is expected to make a full recovery.

A.F. High School Mourns Death of Student Body Pres.

His family appreciated tonight's show of support for both young men.

Jonathan's brother, Josh Keith, said, "This is fantastic. I can't say enough about the students and all the support and love for Travis and Jon, it's neat."

Travis Landeen was preparing to attend Southern Utah University in the fall.

Travis is also part of our KSL family, his father, Steve, is one of our talented news photographers.

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