COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC (WECT) – The student body at East Columbus High School will learn about motor vehicle safety during a VIP for a VIP program on Tuesday, May 29.
VIP for a VIP—Vehicle Injury Prevention for a Very Important Person—will consist of a power-point presentation and video, plus facts directly related to teenage fatalities. Then after the presentation, students will be taken outside to a demonstration of fatal car crash, according to a news release.
The Columbus County Sheriff’s Office, Lake Waccamaw Fire & Rescue, Lake Waccamaw Police Department, Buckhead Fire & Rescue, ADR Fire and Rescue, Bolton Fire Department, Hallsboro Fire Department, N.C. Highway Patrol, North Carolina Wildlife, Southern Tire Service, The News Reporter, and Columbus County EMS will host the presentation, which begins at 10 a.m. in the school’s auditorium.
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