BRICK – Brick Memorial High School put on their Project Crash program at the high school on June 7, to educate students of the dangers associated with drinking and driving.
The program was put on with help from Brick Police and EMS, the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, Laurelton and Herbertsville Fire Departments, the DART coalition and Weatherhead Young Funeral Home.
Project Crash demonstrates a reenactment of when tragedy strikes a group of teenagers on their way to an after prom party with a driver who is under the influence.
Not only does the program address drinking and driving but also the dangers of distracted/texting and driving.
Brick Recycling donated vehicles and Joes Service Center towed the vehicles to and from the event. Jersey Mike Subs also donated subs for the student’s lunch.