What if you left for school one morning and never had the chance to say goodbye to your mom or dad? What if you forgot to hug your little sibling goodbye? What if when you left that party you never told your friends how much they meant to you? What if at the end of the day, you became a casualty, a teenage statistic? Don't let this be you.
Every 15 minutes a death occurs due to drinking/texting while driving.
The Every 15 Minutes program brings this issue to light in an interactive program for teens. The Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department is proud to take a part in this important nationwide initiative.
These videos were prepared as part of the "Every 15 Minutes" program to bring awareness to young driver's about the dangers of drunk driving and distracted driving demonstrated in this mock crash scene. It was coordinated by the Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department. It was filmed at North Point and Thomas Stone High Schools in Waldorf, Maryland. "Every 15 Minutes" is a nationwide program.
Please share this video with your friends and family.
Thank you to all the Fire/EMS personnel, the Charles County High Schools, Charles County Sheriffs Office, Maryland State Police and the many supporters and contributors.
For more information on the Every 15 Minutes program please visit the nationwide site-