Rosemead High concert to benefit families of teenagers killed by train

ROSEMEAD — A Rosemead rock band and Rosemead High School are planning a concert Friday to benefit the families of two 19-year-old former Rosemead High students who were fatally struck by a train over the weekend.
Local rockers “Delta Rose” will headline the show, along with other bands made up of Rosemead High students, Rosemead High School teacher Brian Day.
Day used to teach Richard Haro, who died along with his friend Aaron Gallardo when the two were struck by a freight train in Rosemead Saturday.
The concert will be held at 7 p.m. at the Rosemead High School Auditorium, 9063 E. Mission Drive. The cost is $10.
The show was initially planned to raise funds for the prom for the class of 2012, but after hearing of the deaths of Haro and Gallardo, Day said, both Delta Rose and the Rosemead High class of 2012 decided to donate the proceeds to the Haro and Gallardo families.

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