Parsippany Hills High School presents”Every 15 Minutes”

Students took part in an active drunk driving demonstration

PARSIPPANY — On the morning of Thursday, April 19 students at Parsippany Hills High School took part in an active drunk driving demonstration where police cars, ambulances and fire trucks acted out a drunk driving scene.  Students watched in the rain and the weather added to the seriousness of the event.

Every 15 Minutes is a  program focusing on high school juniors and seniors, which challenges them to think about drinking, driving, personal safety, and the responsibility of making mature decisions. Along with alcohol-related crashes, it focuses on the impact that their decisions would have on family and friends.

The Every 15 Minutes program originated in Canada and was soon adopted in the United States first in Spokane, Washington.

One of the victims in the drunk driving dramatization
Parsippany Hills High School Maintenance Ron Cupitt driver of one of the vehicles in the crash
Senior Nick Verducci arrested for drunk driving
The students were in the rain watching the dramatization
The dramatization of the car accident
The body lays on the roadway
Mount Tabor Volunteer Fire District 1 on the scene
Mount Tabor Volunteer Fire District 1 on the scene along with Paramedics
Justin Gurth being questioned by Patrolman Paul Levi
Paramedics working on the victim from the drunk driving dramatization
Mount Tabor Volunteer Fire District 1 on the scene along with Paramedics
Wheeling the body the ambulance
The remains of the vehicle

 

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