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Denmark High School students shown dangers of texting and driving

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7:06 AM, Mar. 26, 2013
Denmark teens learn texting, driving a dangerous c...
Denmark teens learn texting, driving a dangerous c...: March 25, 2013: Denmark High School students learn about the dangers of texting and driving. Accidents are the leading cause of death for teens.
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Studies show motorists are 23 times more likely to be involved in a crash if they text while behind the wheel.

And traffic accidents are the leading cause of death for teens.

These numbers hit home for Denmark High School students Monday. They learned about the dangers of text messaging and driving during an assembly that featured a documentary showing families who lost loved ones who were sending messages while on the road. Students also participated in a simulation exercise in which they "drove" a vehicle while texting to experience the difficulty of focusing on the road and a phone. ...

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