TWP. HARRISON — Early the following month, a high school in Harrison Township will host a fake collision.
According to a Harrison Township official, it will occur on May 5 at 9:00 a.m. at Northridge High School on the 2000 block of Timber Lane.
As prom and graduation season approaches, Northridge High students will take part in a fake crash with the Harrison Township Fire Department, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Northridge Local Schools, and Busy Bee Towing to promote awareness of the risks and effects of reckless driving.
The township wants the neighborhood to know that the simulated crash will be a demonstration and training event, not an actual emergency and will take place in the high school parking lot behind the school.
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When a drunk young driver crashes, the sheriff’s office will react, and deputies will conduct a field sobriety test and jail the teen driver.
Students will be able to observe local first responders as Harrison Township firefighters perform an extrication, remove all casualties, and EMTS conducts initial medical assessment and treatment.
Similar mock crash activities are scheduled at the following high schools in the neighborhood:
- April 24- Ansonia High School- 9:30 a.m.
- April 25- Bradford High School- 1:30 p.m.
- April 26- Xenia High School- 8:55 a.m.
- May 2- Greenview High School- 9 a.m.
- May 3- Greenon High School- 10 a.m.
- May 4- Piqua High School- 9:30 a.m.
- May 4- Minster High School- 1 p.m.
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