PLEASANTON -- Students at Foothill High School went through the realistic "Every 15 Minutes" program training last Thursday and Friday.

The program, that teaches students the dangers of drinking and driving, included a simulated crash. Emergency responders helped organizers create a realistic crash scene near the school. As part of the program, students also pose as crash victims, sparking conversations about responsibility behind the wheel.

The crash simulation took place April 10 in front of the school.

-- Kelly Gust, Staff




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