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'Shattered Dreams' crash today in Poth


'Shattered Dreams' crash today in Poth
WCN FILE / The Grim Reaper surveys the scene of a crash as part of Poth High School’s 2011 Shattered Dreams demonstration.


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Wilson County News
March 4, 2014, 10:33am
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Residents should not be alarmed at the sights and sounds around Poth High School beginning just after 11 a.m. today. The school, as part of its participation in the Shattered Dreams program, is staging a mock crash.

In addition to students, area police, fire, and emergency medical services will be participating in the demonstration.
 

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