Mock drunk driving crash held at Chapmanville Regional High School

  • Source: Logan Banner
  • Published: 04/17/2019 03:02 AM

With prom coming up Friday, juniors and seniors at Chapmanville Regional High School were presented with a mock vehicle crash to drive home the importance of not drinking and driving on prom night. Using two cars donated by Mr. Vee's Towing, the Chapmanville Police and Fire Departments, along with the Logan Emergency Ambulance Service Authority (LEASA), simulated the crash aftermath as realistically as possible. The students watched as crews used equipment to cut the vehicles open and "rescue" the drivers inside. Seniors Reese Ellis, Kelsey Lemmon, Madison Webb, Conner Mullins and Brennan Williams helped with the scene. Several donned makeup made to look like black eyes, blood and bruises, and each acted the part of a drunk driver or victim. LEASA took away some of them on stretchers all while their fellow classmates watched.


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