Every 15 Minutes teaches teens at Churchill the dangers of drunk, distracted driving -- Gazette.Net


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Students at Winston Churchill High School watched emergency medical personnel respond to a vehicle crash in front of their school, involving their peers on Thursday. The fake car crash and arrest were part of Every 15 Minutes, a program that teaches teens the dangers of mixing alcohol, or text messaging, with driving by staging a fake car crash in front of the school, complete with mock victims, emergency medical response, and an arrest. Every 15 minutes throughout the day students were also pulled from class, a visual representation how many people nationally are killed or injured in auto accidents involving drunk or distracted drivers.