Tenino High School Target Zero mock crash offers sobering message

Published at 6:20 a.m. on December 13, 2013 | Modified at 6:20 a.m. on December 13, 2013

With their Tenino High School classmates observing while portraying the injured driver and deceased passenger of a crashed GMC Jimmy Alexyss Miner and Lissa Baynes wait as South Thurston Fire Dept. responders and the county coroner's office respond as part of a Target Zero driver's safety assembly Thursday at the school.Target Zero is a statewide program involving numerous agencies and organizations with the goal of reducing traffic fatalities and serious injuries to zero by the year 2030.The interactive mock fatality scene and assembly at Tenino High School is a popular outreach project for the organization and was organized as a senior project by students Lexie Wallace and Aby Martll.Video by Steve Bloom

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