L to R: For more realism in a mock car crash for Carrboro High School students Friday, March 21, 2014, Carrboro High student volunteers Johanna Salazar, Tolkein Wedding and Roxana Quijada (all names cq) get an extra application of fake blood from Orange EMS EMT Shaunte Bryant (cq), right. Over 500 CHS juniors and seniors watched on the CHS football field Friday as real local first responders (fire, PD and EMS) would attend to the student victims of a mock head-on collision to illustrate the dangers of impaired and distracted driving.
L to R: For more realism in a mock car crash for Carrboro High School students Friday, March 21, 2014, Carrboro High student volunteers Johanna Salazar, Tolkein Wedding and Roxana Quijada (all names cq) get an extra application of fake blood from Orange EMS EMT Shaunte Bryant (cq), right. Over 500 CHS juniors and seniors watched on the CHS football field Friday as real local first responders (fire, PD and EMS) would attend to the student victims of a mock head-on collision to illustrate the dangers of impaired and distracted driving. hlynch@newsobserver.com
L to R: For more realism in a mock car crash for Carrboro High School students Friday, March 21, 2014, Carrboro High student volunteers Johanna Salazar, Tolkein Wedding and Roxana Quijada (all names cq) get an extra application of fake blood from Orange EMS EMT Shaunte Bryant (cq), right. Over 500 CHS juniors and seniors watched on the CHS football field Friday as real local first responders (fire, PD and EMS) would attend to the student victims of a mock head-on collision to illustrate the dangers of impaired and distracted driving. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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