WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (CBS4) – Some students in Wheat Ridge unveiled a project they’re entering in a nationwide competition.

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Students from the STEM/Engineering program at Wheat Ridge High School publicly tested their own hydrogen cell fuel car on Saturday. The group of students has been working on the car since September. During the event they answered questions and thanked the community for their support.

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“The one great thing about Wheat Ridge is the community heard about it and they’ve come in and they’ve helped, and they want to see what the kids have been doing, and they’ve offered their support in many different ways; which has been great, you can see that here today.” STEM/Engineering instructor Chuck Sprague said.

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The students are entering the car in the Shell eco-marathon competition in Detroit. The competition starts April 10.

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