Mock crash brings safety message to students
|Photos: Ken Crisafi|
The school’s juniors and seniors watched the scene unfold. Shown at left bottom are junior Andrew Petty and senior Kayla Schockey as they react to the exercise, which concluded with the last “victim” being placed into a Metro Life Flight helicopter, as shown at right bottom.
Following the crash scenario, students headed into the school for a mock trial that showed the consequences of drunken driving, according to Bath Police Chief Michael McNeely.
“From the feedback I got, the kids said they learned a little bit, and we had a successful prom weekend with no injuries and no arrests,” McNeely said. “They are a terrific bunch of kids.”
The exercise, which is conducted every other year at the school, was coordinated by the Bath and Richfield police and fire departments and the Revere Local School District.
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