Teen fatally shot while shielding friend honored with street sign, 10 years later

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A teenager who was killed as he shielded a friend from bullets during gang gunfire on a CTA bus is honored on Wednesday.

Blair Holt was remembered on the tenth anniversary of his death with a street named after him.

"Honorary Blair DeLane Holt Way" was unveiled outside Percy Julian High School, where it's "Peace Week." His parents did the dedication.

16-year-old Blair Holt

Holt was just 16 years-old when he was killed, and an only child.

The convicted killer was sentenced to 100 years in prison, but that sentence is mired in the appeals process.

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