Mock accident at Shelley High School

Three Shelley students climbed into this vehicle to be part of the mock accident that took place at Shelley HIgh School on Monday morning for 'Safety Driving Week.' This week is sponsored by the SHS Key Club. Shelley High School student Janie Gold supposedly had a weak pulse when paramedics arrived on scene at Shelley HIgh School on Monday morning for 'Safety Driving Week.' This week is sponsored by the SHS Key Club. Shelley Police Office Jake Johnson stands by the supposed driver of the mock crash at Shelley High School on Monday morning. The SHS Key Club is sponsoring 'Safety Driving Week.'
By: 
LESLIE MIELKE
Staff Writer

For "Safety Driving Week" at Shelley High School, a mock accident was staged at the high school on Monday morning. The fire alarm was pulled and the entire student body flooded out of the school and into the parking lot at the south end of the school. Activities for this week are sponsored by SHS Key Club.
Decked out with fake blood, three Shelley students performed in the roles of driver and victims. The driver survived the crash. One victim was (supposedly) dead when the police arrived; the second victim had a weak pulse.
A parent, police and firemen arrived and proceeded to carry on as if it were a real accident.
The students inside the car heard all the bumps and the scraping sounds that were made by the extraction equipment.
For the full story, read it in the Tuesday, March 13, edition of the Morning News.

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