Salisbury Press

Monday, November 12, 2018
PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBBIE GALBRAITHSalisbury High School student Kelly Gardus has the opportunity to drive SIDNE® , the Simulated Impaired DriviNg Experience vehicle May 10 as part of the pre-prom activities promoted by Students Against Destructive Decisions and the Salisbury Township Police Department. Students drive the vehicle once in the normal mode and then take a turn driving in the impaired PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBBIE GALBRAITHSalisbury High School student Kelly Gardus has the opportunity to drive SIDNE® , the Simulated Impaired DriviNg Experience vehicle May 10 as part of the pre-prom activities promoted by Students Against Destructive Decisions and the Salisbury Township Police Department. Students drive the vehicle once in the normal mode and then take a turn driving in the impaired
Sydney Kramer and Gretchen Helsel go for a ride in SIDNE® and experience what it feels like to drive impaired and be a passenger in a vehicle with an impaired driver. “It was rough. I couldn’t do anything about driving and couldn’t help as a passenger,” Sydney said. “It was a little scary. I felt like I didn’t have control,” Gretchen said. See an additional photo on Page A8. Sydney Kramer and Gretchen Helsel go for a ride in SIDNE® and experience what it feels like to drive impaired and be a passenger in a vehicle with an impaired driver. “It was rough. I couldn’t do anything about driving and couldn’t help as a passenger,” Sydney said. “It was a little scary. I felt like I didn’t have control,” Gretchen said. See an additional photo on Page A8.
PRESS PHOTO BY DEBBIE GALBRAITHSydney Kramer and Gretchen Helsel ride in SIDNE® while Students Against Destructive Decisions Advisor Tanya Kennedy controls the impairment level of the vehicle via remote control. Both students said after this experience, they will never get into a car with an impaired driver. PRESS PHOTO BY DEBBIE GALBRAITHSydney Kramer and Gretchen Helsel ride in SIDNE® while Students Against Destructive Decisions Advisor Tanya Kennedy controls the impairment level of the vehicle via remote control. Both students said after this experience, they will never get into a car with an impaired driver.

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