Educator on mock drunk driving crash for high schoolers: 'The core message of this program is saving lives'

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Educator on mock drunk driving crash for high schoolers: 'The core message of this program is saving lives'

Posted By Baltimore citywire     May 31, 2022    


The pretend crash scene delineate pedestrians smitten by an oncoming vehicle that was driven by a drunk driver.

The show used actors, fake blood, fake glass, and real vehicles and sirens. "The core message of this program is saving lives," Diane Taylor, Chaves County interference specialist, told Kobus kob 4. "Let’s build a difference.

we tend to lose too several teenagers because of drugs, alcohol, and cellphones whereas driving." the aim of the demonstration was to indicate teenagers the injury that drunk and impaired driving can cause and to bring attention to the actual fact that impaired driving can destroy lives, in keeping with Kobus kob four.

The demonstration is placed on annually by the noncommercial organization each fifteen Minutes. The group' mission is to unfold awareness that impaired driving causes an automobile-related death every 15 minutes, according to its website.

faculty and town officers hope the demonstration showed students the tragic reality that may occur as a consequence of impaired driving, Kobus kob 4 said. "Life' lessons are best learned through expertise," each quarter-hour aforementioned on its website.

"Unfortunately, once the audience is teens and therefore the topic is drinking and texting whereas driving, experience isn't the teacher of choice."