Shock tactics are at the heart of an anti-drunk driving presentation at Mesa State College tomorrow.
The National Save A Life Tour is a stopping at Bronson Arena tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with an important message of alcohol awareness and anti-drinking and driving.
Officials say there will be seven stations for students to visit, all featuring shocking images, statistics and activities designed to show students just how dangerous drinking and driving can be.
Organizers hope the very graphic actual footage of drunk driving accidents and a drunk driving simulator will make the message sink in.
The event is presented by MSC Student Life, Mesa County Coalition for Suicide Prevention and Live Well- Mesa State. For more information the link below.
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