TEH Hosts Eye-opening Mock Wreck For Tarkington High School Students

On April 3rd, students from Tarkington High School participated in an emergency response simulation for a mock car accident hosted at the Texas Emergency Room of Texas Emergency Hospital.

The program, “Forever Changed,” was jointly organized by Tarkington ISD and the Tarkington Volunteer Fire Department. Its purpose was to educate students about distracted and drunk driving hazards.

This was an excellent opportunity for junior and senior students to learn about the consequences of an actual accident. During the event, a student acted as a victim whose life was forever changed due to the accident. The students witnessed the aftermath of a car crash and observed the victim receiving medical attention at the ER. The event was a powerful lesson about making responsible choices while driving. The students found the experience incredibly enlightening, leaving a lasting impression.

The message of the event continued to resonate with everyone who witnessed it. It emphasized the significance of driving safely and avoiding accidents.

It is estimated that 37 people die every day in the U.S. due to drunk-driving accidents. That is equivalent to losing one person every 39 minutes. Teenagers are particularly vulnerable to this problem, as motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of teenage deaths in the U.S., according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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