A memorial for a student and his friend Wednesday night sprang up Thursday in front of the Santana High School campus and has grown since.
Santee resident Anthony Foreman, 18, and student Jaylie James Campbell, 16, are remembered through flowers, posters, prayers, candles and even a pair of iPod headphones laid to make a memorial shrine around the main sign at the front of the campus. The same spot as the annual memorial for victims of the March 2001 Santana shootings.
Besides the two teens killed, three others were hospitalized and one was jailed following the rollover crash on state Route 52.
The two victims were identified midday Wednesday and the memorial went up soon after. Both were rear-seat passengers ejected from the crashed vehicle, the Medical Examiner's Office reported.
Five Santee teenagers were in a Volkswagen Passat and three people were in a Volvo S40, whose 18-year-old driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of marijuana.
They had been traveling eastbound on Route 52 near Convoy Street, headed home from a beach party at La Jolla Shores about 11:45 p.m. Wednesday, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Art Athans.
and a conducted in response