At PC MedEvac in Cary, Rob Clive, left, works with Apex High School seniors Oz Profesorsky, center, and Josh Watson in this 2010 file photo. Behind them is Apex High junior Tommy Genduso. All three students were members of Apex High School’s Academy of Information Technology.
At PC MedEvac in Cary, Rob Clive, left, works with Apex High School seniors Oz Profesorsky, center, and Josh Watson in this 2010 file photo. Behind them is Apex High junior Tommy Genduso. All three students were members of Apex High School’s Academy of Information Technology. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
At PC MedEvac in Cary, Rob Clive, left, works with Apex High School seniors Oz Profesorsky, center, and Josh Watson in this 2010 file photo. Behind them is Apex High junior Tommy Genduso. All three students were members of Apex High School’s Academy of Information Technology. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
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