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After Joshua Mileto's death, Sachem East teens hold car wash

Cheerleaders from Sachem East High School decided that proceeds from a car wash on Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017, in Farmingville would would go to the family of Joshua Mileto, 16, who died during preseason football practice this month. (Credit: James Carbone) (Photo Credit: Facebook)

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