Graduating seniors take no texting pledge

More than 250 graduating seniors at Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk took a no texting while driving pledge yesterday.They vowed to put down their

NORWALK - More than 250 graduating seniors at Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk took a no texting while driving pledge yesterday.

They vowed to put down their phones when they are behind the wheel.

It's part of a program with AT&T. The company has vowed to donate a dollar to participating schools for every student that takes the pledge.

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