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Crash Car and Simulator Underline Risks of Driving Under Influence
Posted 04/27/2018 08:00AM

In recognition of Alcohol Awareness Month, the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club displayed a "crash car"— a vehicle involved in a DWI collision — on the Quad on Wednesday, April 18.

The club also brought the STOP-DWI Simulator back to campus. The Westchester County Police Department provides the simulator's two consoles, which are housed in a large trailer. The driver sits in front of a wide screen and attempts to steer around obstacles, such as broken-down vehicles and oncoming traffic, while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. The program features a variety of challenging driving scenarios.

In addition, Justin Kamke, Dobbs Ferry Youth Officer, visited Masters that day to answer questions about law enforcement and substance use, as well as possession by minors and young adults.

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