Antigo teens get a realistic look at the dangers of distracted driving

Antigo teen-agers got a fabricated look at the effects of distracted driving this month with a hope that the lessons learned will be remembered in real life situations. In a joint effort by Antigo High School, the Antigo Fire Department, the Wausau Police Department and a $500 grant secured by Sue McVey of Langlade Hospital through the North Central Regional Trauma Advisory Committee Association, local high-schoolers recently got a chance to operate a “distracted driving simulator.” Full story: Antigo Daily Journal

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