Drunken driving awareness program at Hanford High School

Tri-City HeraldApril 18, 2014 

Every 15 Minutes

School Resource Officer Bonnie Meyer with the Richland Police Department, left, speaks on Friday during a mock accident scene as part of the Every 15 Minutes assembly at Hanford High School. The two day anti drinking and driving awareness program finished with the "funeral assembly" where selected students showed their peers the impact drunk driving has through various scenes including an accident scene, a courtroom, and a mock funeral.

SARAH GORDON

School resource officer Bonnie Meyer of the Richland Police Department, left, speaks Friday as part of an Every 15 Minutes assembly at Hanford High School. The two-day drinking and driving awareness program finished with the “funeral assembly,” where selected students showed their peers the impact of drunken driving.

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