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Students from Oak Park High School and Gray's Academy observe a mock car crash and the aftermath Wednesday morning. The mock collision was put on by the Manitoba Brain Injury Association to educate young drivers about the risks of distracted or impaired driving and the effects it can have on friends, family and first responders.

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Students from Oak Park High School and Gray's Academy observe a mock car crash and the aftermath Wednesday morning. The mock collision was put on by the Manitoba Brain Injury Association to educate young drivers about the risks of distracted or impaired driving and the effects it can have on friends, family and first responders.

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