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Effects of imparied driving dramatically demonstrated at S-C

April 10, 2014

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MA.Arrest.0409Smith-Cotton High School juniors and seniors on Wednesday saw the crash scenario program “Every 15 Minutes,” which depicts an alcohol-related fatal collision and its aftermath.

The presentation is done every two years during the week leading up to Prom as a reminder of the consequences of impaired or distracted driving.

Among the participating agencies were Missouri State Highway Patrol, Pettis County Sheriff’s Office, Sedalia Police Department, Pettis County Ambulance District, Bothwell Regional Health Center, Pettis County Coroner, Sedalia Fire Department and Pettis County Fire District. Also involved were S-C students Cheyenne Reed, Michaela Pomajzl, Daniel Akin, Zac Volk and Alec Wilken, as well as S-C Assistant Principal Robin Wyatte and Washington Elementary Principal Lisa Volk.

The event was coordinated by S-C teachers Steve Schilb and Teri Turner. Photos courtesy Sedalia School District 200.

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