Mock crash shows the danger of drinking and driving



Cadott students acting out a mock crash outside the high school April 26, screamed and cried as they tried to awaken their friend. The mock accident showed students the consequences of drinking and driving. Photo by Julia Wolf
What do we do? She’s unconscious, she’s unconscious!

By Julia Wolf

What do we do? She’s unconscious, she’s unconscious!

Screams of panic and horror pierced the air, as Cadott students acted out a mock crash scene April 26, in the parking lot behind the Cadott High School commons. 

Two cars were positioned in the lot, one with the windshield smashed. A “blood-covered” student lay on the gravel, unmoving, as other students tried to awaken their friend.

You said you were OK to drive!

The mock crash served as a reminder to students to not drink and drive, by showing them a realistic example of what could happen if they do.

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See Thursday, May 9, 2019, issue of the Courier Sentinel for more of this story. 

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