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One California High School football standout dead, 2 others injured in horrible crash on the freeway

Warren High School is mourning the death of a high school football player today, after news was broke that three high school football players were badly injured in a car accident in Downey, California.

Jaylon Connish the 17-year-old standout cornerback just received his first scholarship offer from WNMU. According to police, Connish died from injuries sustained from the crash, after the car the person was riding in went approximately 200 yards down an embankment from the 5 Freeway in Downey.

Two of his teammates were injured in the crash as well. This is horrible news, because Connish had a bright future.

We wanted to honor Jaylon on playing his film from high school. He will be missed, please continue to pray for his family.

Here is the GoFundMe account for the family of Jaylon.

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