Mock car crash, trial planned at school

  • Friday, April 19, 2019 6:56pm
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South Whidbey High school students, in collaboration with South Whidbey Fire/EMT, the Island County Sheriff’s Office, the State Patrol, the hospital, the Island County prosecutor and leadership students are enacting a mock car crash to highlight the risks of driving under the influence.

The day includes a mock car crash with student actors in front of the school where students will witness all the steps and protocols of responses to a collision.

Students will go to the auditorium to watch e a mock trial scene that includes Prosecutor Greg Banks and former Judge Peter Strow.

“Following that, we hold a mock memorial service for the “deceased” student,” a press release states. “Collectively, this is an emotional day. But an important sequence of events for students to understand the consequences of drinking while driving. “

“We chose this time of year because prom is on April 27.”

The experience begins at noon at the high school on Thursday, April 25.

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