High School Students in Biloxi Get a Taste of What Drunk Driving Can Do

Officer Daisy Watson brings a wrecked car to Biloxi High School every year to remind students what can happen when you drink and drive. (GNU Image)
Officer Daisy Watson brings a wrecked car to Biloxi High School every year to remind students what can happen when you drink and drive. (GNU Image)
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Updated: 10/23/2013 9:26 pm
Biloxi High School is giving students a reminder to drive safely during Homecoming Week in the form of a wrecked vehicle placed in front of the school. The vehicle being used this year was in an accident caused by drunk driving. Daisy Watson, the campus officer at Biloxi High School, says, “During the week of Homecoming I like putting a wrecked car out here to show kids what can happen if you drink and drive and I think putting this car out here makes them think. We're also doing Celebrate My Drive, which is a campaign that has the kids commit every day that they are going to be safer drivers.” Watson has brought out a D.U.I. related vehicle to the school's campus for the last six years to help bring awareness to Biloxi High.







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