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PHOTOS: Rosemount students get sobering messages ahead of prom

Rosemount High upperclassmen watched a dramatic mock car crash simulation May 11 outside school to show the life-altering or deadly consequences from drinking and driving after prom. The program encourages youth to take responsibility as a driver and passenger. Afterward, juniors and seniors discussed the dramatic crash and how to proactively stay safe driving. Rosemount and Farmington celebrated prom on May 13. Photo by Kara Hildreth 1 / 3
Rosemount High uppperclassmen watch an emotionall mock car crash May 11 where emergency responders used tools to extract a youth from a car. Two Rosemount firefighters are shown covering a young man playing the part of a student who died because he was not wearing a seatbelt. Photo by Kara Hildlreth 2 / 3
Farmington High juniors and seniors listened to serious and sober messages from youth whose lives have been altered or lost in the “Gone Too Soon” video that acts as an educational tool to warm about deadly dangers of impaired driving due to drinking or texting. Photo by Kara Hildreth3 / 3

Rosemount High upperclassmen watched a dramatic mock car crash simulation May 11 outside school to show the life-altering or deadly consequences from drinking and driving after prom.

The program encourages youth to take responsibility as a driver and passenger. Afterward, juniors and seniors discussed the dramatic crash and how to proactively stay safe driving. Rosemount and Farmington celebrated prom on May 13.

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