Beaufort County Coroner Ed Allen, top left, looks on as Chelsea Welty examines a dummy representing a dead body. Welty and her fellow students are investigating a mock crime scene as part of a class on biomedical science at Beaufort High School on Wednesday. Allen was on hand to help the students process evidence at the scene.
Beaufort County Coroner Ed Allen, top left, looks on as Chelsea Welty examines a dummy representing a dead body. Welty and her fellow students are investigating a mock crime scene as part of a class on biomedical science at Beaufort High School on Wednesday. Allen was on hand to help the students process evidence at the scene. Staff photo
Beaufort County Coroner Ed Allen, top left, looks on as Chelsea Welty examines a dummy representing a dead body. Welty and her fellow students are investigating a mock crime scene as part of a class on biomedical science at Beaufort High School on Wednesday. Allen was on hand to help the students process evidence at the scene. Staff photo

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