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School prank leads to serious accident in Missouri

OAKVILLE, MO (KTVI) – An Oakville man suffered serious injuries after being hit by a car while trying to stop teens from teepeeing his home. It's a long standing tradition at Oakville High School for the juniors to teepee the seniors' homes the night before the annual Powder Puff game which is the kick-off to homecoming week. It is not a tradition the school district condones and the deputy superintendent said that over the year's teepeeing has turned more into vandalism.
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