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High School student creates PSA about safe driving for teens

Posted: 10:51 AM, Mar 16, 2012
Updated: 2012-03-16 12:51:18-04
High School student creates PSA about safe driving for teens

More than 50 Utah high school students created an original public service announcement about safe driving for teens, and the consequences of failing to do so as part of a contest.

Good Day Utah spoke with the winner Kasper Kubica, a student from West High School, and Stacy Johnson, with Zero Fatalities.

UDOT's "Don't Drive Stupid" program is directed at teens, said Johnson.  It focuses on the following five fatal behaviors: drowsy driving, distracted driving, impaired driving, aggressive driving, and not buckling up.

Kubica's winning entry can be viewed in the video clip on this post.