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Every 15 Minutes raises driver safety awareness

Wendy Alexander/The Madera Tribune

First responders assist Madera High School student Rhynne Mitchell, who portrays an injured sober driver who was hit by a DUI driver in a reenactment during the Every 15 Minutes program.


Madera High School, in partnership with the Madera Police Department, California Highway Patrol and the Office of Traffic Safety, hosted an Every 15 Minutes Program.

Students were able to see firsthand the consequences of driving drunk or under the influence of drugs during a two-day Every 15 Minutes Program on Wednesday and Thursday.

The two-day presentation started on Wednesday with a crash simulation where MHS student actors participated in the fatal DUI collision simulation. The simulation showed the participating students being transported to the hospital via ambulance and helicopter.


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