Hard-hitting film shows the horrors of a crash

YOUNG drivers have been shown a hard-hitting film revealing the horror emergency services face when attending a crash.

Wednesday, 2nd November 2016, 6:00 am
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 4:24 pm

The video has been created as part of a new safety campaign to try to prevent drivers from acting dangerously on the roads.

Students at schools across Sussex, including Felpham Community College and The Regis School, were shown the video.

It showed not only the devastating aftermath of the crash but how it affects the wider community and the victims’ families and friends.

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It’s part of the fire service’s Safe Drive Stay Alive campaign.

Deputy chief fire officer Gavin Watts said: ‘The commitment from everyone in delivering this campaign over the past 10 years has been astounding and that commitment can really be seen in all of the hard work that has gone in to producing this new film.

‘I am so proud to be a part of Safe Drive Stay Alive and involved in educating young drivers on the dangers of the roads.’