IMPAIRED DRIVING AWARENESS EVENT AT SOUTH WARREN HIGH SCHOOL PDF Print
Friday, 09 November 2012 10:27

Warren County Sheriff Office along with the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety presented an impaired Driving event to the junior and senior class at South Warren High School. Over 60 students were given the chance to drive a golf cart through a winding course set up with traffic cones. The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety program is called “3-D (Drunk and Drugged Driving) Simulator” which allows students to wear “Fatal Vision” goggles that impair their ability to drive. These goggles simulate the effects of impaired driving to the students.

The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety has a roll over simulator they use to demonstrate the effects of not wearing a seatbelt during a rollover collision which was also brought to South Warren High School to show the immense effects to the students.

 

This is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week- Today we are patting on the back the “Unseen First Responders”. Beverly Harbison and employees- Julie Greer, April Dunbar, Dennis Hatcher, Laura Lee Williams, Amy Houchin, Colleen Hamilton, Schelly Vance, Pan Lyons, Jim Spears, Lisa Shirley, Teresa Bull, Alison Burton, Matthew Vaughn, Bill Ekhardt, Bill Shoopman, Kathy Tyree, Joe Perry, Joann Eaton.

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