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To the Editor:
On Friday, May 2, 2014, the junior and senior students at Carrollton High School (CHS) witnessed a “mock crash” in front of the high school gym.

The crash was to simulate what happens during the rescue of someone involved in a serious automobile accident. Five students from the high school sponsored the event as part of a project called “The Prom Promise.” The students hoped to show their fellow classmates what could happen if they choose to drink and drive on prom night.

The event could not have taken place without the help of Margaret Mesler who coordinates the rescue teams and narrates the crash. A special thank you goes to Deluxe Auto Body and Wrecking, EMT Paramedic Service, Carrollton Village Fire Department, Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, the State Highway Patrol, and Carrollton Police Department for their participation in the demonstration.

Devon Hezoucky
Chad Brady Jr.
Carrollton, OH

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