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Operation 10-46 set for Fri morning, 21 Apr 2017
Mock accident aims to educate students on dangers of distracted driving. Those in the area of the schools advised not to be alarmed by large number of first responders in the area of Adair County School Campus, particularly at the Adair County Middle School Football Field, 224 Gen John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY, at approximately 8amCT or a little after, Fri 21 Apr 2017 (Expect 8am-9amCT, acccording to Wes Feese).
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By Wes Feese, Media Relations
Adair County Schools Media Relations, Adair County Schools
Every member of the junior and senior classes at ACHS will witness "Operation 10-46" tomorrow morning on the Adair County Middle School football field, where a mock accident will be staged to educate students about the dangers of distracted driving.
Using student volunteers as subjects in the accident, a host of local first responders will arrive on the scene tomorrow morning with lights flashing and sirens blaring, and go through their routines to show the urgency and seriousness of their work. A helicopter will arrive to transport the most seriously "injured" of the student volunteers.
The exercise is intended to encourage safe driving and decision making for students, with prom set for Saturday and summer quickly approaching. Anyone in the area of campus Friday morning SHOULD NOT be alarmed at the proliferation of law enforcement and emergency vehicles.
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