HANSON — Hanson Police and Fire Chiefs Michael Miksch and Jerome Thompson, Whitman Police and Fire Chiefs Timothy Hanlon and Timothy Grenno, and Whitman-Hanson Regional School District Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak report that first responders from each department took part in a mock car crash yesterday morning to educate students on the dangers of impaired driving ahead of the Whitman-Hanson Regional High School senior prom.
*MEDIA ADVISORY* Whitman-Hanson Regional High School Students to Take Part in Mock Car Crash Ahead of Senior Prom
HANSON — Chief Michael Miksch and Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak are pleased to announce that the Hanson Police Department and the Whitman-Hanson Regional School District, with assistance from the Hanson Fire Department and Whitman Police and Fire Departments, will be sponsoring a mock car crash tomorrow to educate students on the dangers of impaired driving ahead of the Whitman-Hanson Regional High School senior prom.
The Chelmsford Police Department held its yearly simulation of a fatal automobile crash at Chelmsford High School today.
NEWPORT, Vt. — Public safety officials from throughout Vermont came together on Friday to teach high school students a reality-based lesson in motor vehicle safety.
Photos and Video: Chelmsford Police Host Mock Crash to Demonstrate Real-World Consequences of Drunk Driving
CHELMSFORD – Police Chief James Spinney reports that the Chelmsford Police Department conducted a simulation of a fatal motor vehicle crash involving a drunk driver in front of an audience of juniors and seniors at Chelmsford High School Thursday.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department will host a mock car crash at Burlington High School to make students aware of the consequences of impaired and distracted driving.
Kearsarge Regional High School Holds Mock DUI Crash for Students to Illustrate Dangers of Impaired Driving Ahead of Prom
NEW LONDON — The track outside Kearsarge Regional High School looked a little different today. A totaled car sat parked on the turf with three student actors inside. A dummy lay on the ground, representing a life lost. Although not real, it appeared as though a serious motor vehicle crash had occurred. As the scene unfolded, students who came outside to watch a corresponding demonstration were reminded about the dangers of impaired driving in anticipation of the junior prom this weekend.
West Newbury, Groveland and Merrimac police and fire depts. conducted a simulated fatal motor vehicle crash watched by students at Pentucket High School
BURLINGTON — Police Chief Michael Kent announces that the Burlington Police Department will be hosting a mock car crash at Burlington High School tomorrow morning.
Chelmsford Police Department James M. Spinney, Chief of Police 2 Olde North Road Chelmsford, MA 01824 For Immediate Release Tuesday, May 19, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Chelmsford Police Conduct Mock OUI Crash for Students Simulation is Meant to Teach Young People the Dangers of Drinking and Driving with Realistic Police, Fire, […]