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MONDAMIN — A lot can happen in just a few seconds.

That is especially true if a person is driving distracted or under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

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Today, March 30, a mass casualty exercise was held at the West Harrison School where students, faculty, parents and members of the public in attendance saw the negative outcomes that could occur while driving under any one of these types of conditions.

Several West Harrison students were actors in the exercise, which particularly dealt with drunk driving.

Many organizations were involved in the exercise, too, such as several fire & rescue departments, the Iowa State Patrol and Harrison County Sheriff's Office, to name a few.

See more photos and a full story on the exercise in the April 7 issue of your hometown newspaper, The Twiner-Herald!

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