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Cynthia Tudisco hugged her son, Nicholas, 21, after he was sentenced yesterday to eight years with parole for the August 2001 death of Holy Trinity teacher Elizabeth Kekoa, 58. Tudisco had been racing on the H-1 freeway.
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