The anti-drinking and drug message while driving willÂ be demonstrated for Fieldstone Secondary School 9th-graders with two mock car crashes on Tuesday at the West Ramapo Road campus.
The volunteer victims will be covered in red – for blood – and trapped inside a crushed car, requiring firefighters to cut open the vehicle. A medical helicopter will land to show how personnel transfer the victims to the hospital. And capping off the lesson will be a Hearst carrying the casket with the victim(s) to the cemetery for burial.
And Fieldstone School Resource Officer Henry Sirakovsky is looking for volunteers, preferably students, to spend time in the casket.
The hour-long simulated crash and responses is to emphasize to students the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol – and an general messageÂ not to drink and use drugs in ny case. Some schools have left a crushed car on the campus as a message.
The mock crash at Fieldstone will be held at 9:50 a.m. and again with a second car at 1:05 p.m. Sirakovsky, who will moderate,Â organized the mock crash with school officials and Students Against Destructive Decisions. And the rain date is Thursday.
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