Sacto 9-1-1
April 15, 2008
'Every 15 minutes' comes to Folsom

From David Richie:

On Wednesday morning, Folsom High School students will be involved in a "mock" double fatality, a two-car collision near the school entrance on Prairie City Road as part of this year's "Every 15 Minutes" safety program focusing on the dangers of drinking and reckless driving.

The re-enactment will include a realistic emergency response involving a California Highway Patrol helicopter as well as units from the Folsom Police Department and Folsom Fire Department.

"Every 15 Minutes" is an intense interactive program provided by public safety agencies every year at selected schools. The car wreck and emergency response is just part of a program that tries to get teenagers to think hard about their decisions to drink and drive.

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