Driving lesson

Western Hills students get safe driving lesson before prom

A real-life situation has been demonstrated by Western Hills students to help them avoid a real-life tragedy. “We want you all to have fun on prom night, but we want you all to be safe, so wear your seat belts, don’t drive distracted or drive under the influence,” said Western Junior Diamond Arnold. Hills. Arnold wrote an open letter to his classmates about the importance of safe driving. She was part of the planning for this mining demonstration for her peers. “We do this because we know how many people on prom night have had car accidents because they were drunk or distracted from having too much fun at night,” Arnold said. Although these students know that no one was hurt in Friday’s protest, they know the pain of the tragic death all too well. “Western Hills have taken quite a bit of a loss this year so we’re trying to do everything, the security team here, the fire class, as well as the administration here, we’re trying to do whatever we can for us. ensure our students get home safely and come back to see us at school safely,” said Western Hills Fire Instructor and retired Cincinnati Fire Department firefighter Willie Jones. says we all know teenagers make mistakes sometimes, but he wants them to understand one thing he mentioned.

A real situation has been demonstrated by Western Hills students to help them avoid a real tragedy.

“We want you all to have fun on prom night, but we want you all to be safe, so wear your seat belts, don’t drive distracted or under the influence,” said Western Hills junior Diamond Arnold. .

Arnold wrote an open letter to his classmates about the importance of safe driving. She helped plan this extrication demonstration for her peers.

“We do this because we know how many people on prom night have had car accidents because they were drunk or distracted because they were having too much fun at night,” Arnold said.

Although these students know that no one was hurt in Friday’s protest, they know the pain of the tragic death all too well.

“Western Hills have taken quite a bit of a loss this year so we’re trying to do everything, the safety team here, the fire class, as well as the administration here, we’re trying to do everything we can to make sure our students go home safely and come back to see us at school safely,” said Willie Jones, Western Hills Fire Instructor and retired Cincinnati Fire Department firefighter.

Jones says we all know teenagers make mistakes sometimes, but he wants them to understand one thing.

“Understanding that they’re not invincible. I want them to make smart choices out of it,” Jones said.