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'Every 15 Minutes' exercise simulates drunken driving death

'Every 15 Minutes' exercise simulates drunken driving death

2:07 PM, May 1, 2014
The drunken driving car crash simulation at Flora and Feld streets in Algoma depicts 'living dead' students watching over the scene where Rayanne Racine 'perished.'
The drunken driving car crash simulation at Flora and Feld streets in Algoma depicts 'living dead' students watching over the scene where Rayanne Racine 'perished.'
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Starting at 8:05 a.m. on April 23, the Grim Reaper visited and escorted a student away from an Algoma High School classroom every 15 minutes until lunch hour.

Officer Ryan Roesch of the Algoma Police Department would follow to announce the "death" of the student. Kasie Halloway would then read the obituaries of the students, which were prepared by their parents.

These students became known as "the living dead" in the Every 15 Minutes Program, hosted by schools around the nation, which offers a dramatic illustration that every 15 minutes, someone dies in a substance-related traffic crash. ...

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