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Parents: Student’s fatal text serves as warning

"Sounds good my man, seeya soon, ill tw"

“Sounds good my man, seeya soon, ill tw”

(AP) — Alexander Heit’s final text cut off in mid-sentence.

Before he could send it, police say, the 22-year-old University of Northern Colorado student drifted into oncoming traffic, jerked the steering wheel and went off the road, rolling his car.

Heit died shortly after the April 3 crash, but his parents and police are hoping the photo of the mundane text on his iPhone will serve as a stark reminder to drivers.

The photo, published Wednesday in The Greeley Tribune, shows Heit was responding to a friend by typing “Sounds good my man, seeya soon, ill tw” before he crashed.

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