Brooke Brunsvold: No charges in accident that killed her, Facebook group mourns

Update: The driver who struck and killed sixteen-year-old Centaurus High School junior Brooke Brunsvold late Monday will not face charges in the terrible incident -- because Brunsvold, making a late-night visit to a boyfriend, was crossing U.S. 287 against the light. Meanwhile, a Facebook group has sprung up to celebrate Brooke's life in advance of her memorial service and burial. Details below.
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