Powder River Examiner -

Mock Car Crash drill provides education, training


PRCDHS students observe the mock crash in front of the High School last week. Broadus Volunteer Firefighters work to extricate a mock injured person, while Sheriff's Deputies and Broadus First Responders work with another casualty.

A mock car crash was conducted last Thursday in front of the High School, as both a training aid for local first responders, and as a demonstration to the teens who watched the incident on the dangers of intoxicated driving.

In the demonstration, high school students Ronnie Richards, Jadyn Traub, and Callie Williams played the driver and two victims. In the scenario, an intoxicated Richards ran into a tree at fairly high speed, crashing his pickup. In the wreck, his two passengers, Traub and Williams, were pinned in the vehicle and had to be extricated with the help of the Broadus Volunteer...

For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.


Reader Comments


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019