Dramatization demonstrates dangers of distracted driving

Posted at 5:21 PM, Mar 20, 2014

OGDEN, Utah -- Distracted driving can lead to accidents that result in injuries and death, and a group called Zero Fatalities is working to stop accidents caused by distractions like talking, texting and eating.

The group gave an eye-opening presentation at Bonneville High School Thursday, as volunteers showed students just how grisly the results of distracted driving can be. The group said they hope the presentation helps teens decide to drive safely and without distraction.

FOX 13 News' Dave Nemeth has more on this story in the video above. Click here to learn more about Zero Fatalities.